Why was the United States in Libya in the first place? Had the United States been attacked by Libya? Did the President have Congressional authorization to make war in a country that did not threaten the United States? What was Ambassador Stevens doing in Libya exactly? Why was he left so vulnerable to attack? What happened in the months leading up to the attack? What happened during the attack? What happened after the attack? These are the questions being asked by Trey Gowdy’s Benghazi select committee.

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