Despite a concussion and blood clot, Secretary of State Clinton will appear before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
The Washington Post reports that Clinton ‘remains committed’ to appearing in front of the Congressional committees, though no date has been set.
The new House Foreign Affairs Committee chairman, Rep Edward Royce, said the government accountability report on the attack points to ‘an unacceptable failure of leadership’ leading up to the attack, according to the Post.
Some Senate Republicans have threatened to block the confirmation of Sen John Kerry, Clinton’s successor as Secretary of State, until Clinton testifies…
several pundits and newspapers accused Clinton of making her illness seem worse than it was to dodge questions from lawmakers over the attack, which has been blamed on lax security installed by the State Department.
The New York Post called her concussion a ‘head fake.’
Florida Rep Allan West said Clinton had a case of the ‘Benghazi flu,’ while Fox News contributer Charles Krauthammer dubbed it an ‘acute Benghazi allergy.’