Rand Paul Wants Hillary Clinton Subpoenaed By Benghazi Committee (VIDEO)

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), a presumptive 2016 presidential contender, wants the current 2016 presumptive frontrunner Hillary Clinton to be dragged in front of the House’s new committee on Benghazi to testify about the attacks.

Paul said Monday that the House select committee on Benghazi should subpoena the former secretary of state to testify as part of its investigation.

“Absolutely,” Paul said when asked about a subpoena during an interview Monday with host Eric Bolling on Fox News. “One, we need to know who was responsible and she was in charge. But two, we need to make sure nothing like this ever happens again.”

“Some big mistakes were made under Hillary Clinton’s watch,” he continued. “Somebody needs to ultimately accept responsibility for this.”

Clinton testified before House and Senate committees in January 2013 about the attacks.

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