READ: State Department's Accountability Review Board (ARB) Report on Benghazi Attack
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton testified earlier today before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Lawmakers are investigating the Sept. 11 terror attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya, which killed four Americans.
She is continuing her testimony before the House Foreign Affairs Committee this afternoon. Countless times during the hearings, Clinton has referred to the State Department's Accountability Review Board (ARB) report that she ordered to be completed after the attack. The ARB report made 29 recommendations, calling the security measures in Benghazi "grossly inadequate."
You can take a look at the 39 unclassified pages of the report below.
More From the Hearings:
- EXPLOSIVE Q&A: Clinton Shouts "What Difference Does It Make?!" in Response to GOP Sen. Ron Johnson
- McCain to Clinton in Benghazi Hearing: "I Categorically Reject Your Answer"
- Hillary Clinton Chokes Up Talking About Amb. Chris Stevens, Other Americans Killed in Libya
- Full Timeline: The Benghazi Attack and the Administration's Response
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