VAN SUSTEREN: All right, well, let’s talk about BENGHAZI. You picked that one up. That’s one that your party is very upset in the House about. But you have the authority to issue a subpoena and order people to come and answer questions. It just doesn’t get done! If you want — if you want to hear from somebody, you want to hear from someone who was there on the ground when it happened, the best way to do it is just drop a subpoena on somebody! And if you don’t know their names, drop it on someone at the State Department, demanding the names! Drop it to get the employment records! I mean, you can get that information. You have the power to subpoena. You’re the majority!
ISSA: Greta, we use the power of subpoena. We have received several thousand documents. We’ve had to go over them manually on paper. My people have gone through page by page. We’ve gleaned many of the people we want to talk to. We are contacting whistleblowers. Whistleblowers are contacting us.
We’re not giving up on it. We’re not going to give up on dead people that shouldn’t be dead. And all those men and women in the State Department, CIA, that out there wondering if the same thing happens to them, will there be a plan to save them? There wasn’t at Benghazi.