How does a Senate Committee get a witness under oath and find out what’s been going on with that witness?
That’s right. One sure-fire way to accomplish this, at least in terms of Benghazi-gate, is for President Obama to nominate Susan Rice for Secretary of State.
The President’s nominee must be confirmed by the U.S. Senate. Which means she must be confirmed by the Senate Foreign Relations Committee — and under oath right from the get-go.
Opening Ambassador Rice to any and all imaginable questioning — in public — about Benghazi.
My vote: Beg President Obama to nominate Rice for Secretary of State.
The notion that Rice will be any different than John Kerry or any other Obama nominee for the job is a pipe dream. She, on the other hand, is at the center of Benghazi gate.
And the American public is owed answers.
So. Susan Rice for Secretary of State.
A double-dare, Mr. President.
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