A rancorous feud between Republicans and President Barack Obama over the deadly attack on the US mission in Libya shifts to Congress, where lawmakers held Benghazi hearings Thursday and senior figures are set to testify.
File photo of former CIA director David Petraeus. US lawmakers are set to hold hearings about the deadly September 11 assault on the mission in Benghazi, with disgraced former spy chief David Petraeus expected to testify as early as Thursday.
Fallen spy chief David Petraeus, who resigned last week after confessing to an extramarital affair, is to face closed door hearings of the Senate and House intelligence committees on Friday, officials said.
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