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GRETA VAN SUSTEREN, FOX NEWS HOST: All right. You may have heard the sound bite, my colleague, Ed Henry, asking the president today at the press conference about whether or not he was familiar with any evidence or suggestion of intimidation of the whistleblowers. The president said, and I’m paraphrasing — I don’t know exactly what he said — but that he was unaware of anyone trying to block the whistleblowers from testifying.
Do you have any information that is contrary to that? Do you have any reason to doubt the president was unfamiliar, didn’t know about it?
REP. TREY GOWDY: Well, I can’t speak to what the president knows or doesn’t know. I know this, Greta. We have time in life to do the things that we think are important. The president now has known for 12 hours that there was an allegation that whistleblowers are being — are — are — are being thwarted or being silenced.
So what’s he done in the last 12 hours? Did he call the State Department? Did he call the CIA? Did he say, I want attorneys appointed for anyone who works for your department who wants to come forward?
I know he made a phone call yesterday to a basketball player. Did he make a phone call to the whistleblowers who are trying to expose the murder of four fellow Americans? Did he call them today and say, You know what? I want to congratulate you for coming forward. You’re doing the right thing.
He’s had 12 hours! I don’t know what he knew before this morning. I know this. He knows now and he’s known since this morning. So what’s he done in the last 23 hours? If you’ve got time to go to the White House correspondents dinner and you’ve got time to speak to Planned Parenthood — he said he wasn’t going to rest until those who were responsible for Benghazi were brought to justice. Who’s been brought to justice? Who?
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