Congress is hearing from more whistleblowers who wish to testify on the terrorist attack in Benghazi, according to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Mike Rogers (R-Mich.).
Rogers told “Fox News Sunday” that following the testimony of three whistleblowers before the House Oversight Committee, lawmakers have been contacted by other potential witnesses.
“We have had people come forward because of the [Oversight] testimony and say we would also like to talk,” he said. “I do think we’re going to see more whistleblowers. Certainly my committee has been contacted, I think other committees as well.”