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Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) spoke this morning about the damning report from the GOP-led House committee which investigated the 2012 Benghazi attack. 

Don't miss Rep. Trey Gowdy and committee member Rep. Susan Brooks (R-IN), tonight at 6:00 ET on Special Report with Bret Baier!

At its core, the report faulted then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration for missteps before, during and after the attacks, which left four Americans dead, including Amb. Chris Stevens. 

Gowdy, the committee's chairman, implored Americans to read the report for themselves and draw their own conclusions about what happened.

He said that the investigation revealed very different levels of urgency in Benghazi during the attack, compared to what was going on in Washington, D.C. 

Gowdy said despite orders from then-Defense Secretary Leon Panetta to deploy, the first military force did not deploy until more than 13 hours after the attack started.

"Nothing could have reached Benghazi because nothing was ever headed to Benghazi," he said, faulting the White House for holding a two-hour meeting as the attack unfolded.

Gowdy said a person can read the entire report "in less time than our fellow Americans were under attack in Benghazi."

He also pushed back on the notion that the committee did not uncover any new information, saying no one has ever reported that no military assets were ever heading to Benghazi.

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) spoke about the White House and U.S. officials on the ground not being on the same page...

Read the full report here and watch Gowdy's remarks above.

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Hear from Gowdy and committee member Rep. Susan Brooks (R-IN), tonight at 6:00 ET on Special Report with Bret Baier and committee member Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) on On the Record tonight at 7:00 ET