Kansas Congressman Mike Pompeo joined me in the first hour Friday to talk about the Benghazi hearings and whether they will expand to include the Senate, the Keystone Pipeline, and most importantly, whether the votes are in the new Congress to kill any deal the president strikes with Iran and re-impose sanctions.
HH: We move to Congressman Mike Pompeo in the House of Representatives. Congratulations, Congressman, on your reelection.
MP: Thank you very much, sir, good to be back.
HH: Now you’ve been back there this week, and you reorganized. Which committees are you back on?
MP: So I’ll be on the same committees I was on. I’ll be on the Energy and Commerce Committee, and then on the Intelligence Committee, and will remain on the Benghazi Select Committee as well.
HH: On that last committee, do you expect to broaden it to include members of the Senate and make it a joint select committee?
MP: So I’ve heard discussion of that. And it would be fine with me in one sense. Conversely, I am always very worried when you begin to move, that you slow things down. And I do not want that. And so if there’s any risk that it’s going to cause delay or further cause to have to go back and retrace our path, I don’t want to do it. Continue Reading