Congressman Ted Yoho discusses Benghazi, cites lack of leadership in Washington
By Paris Carerra
Congressman of Florida's 3rd congressional district Ted Yoho is on a special committee in search of the truth about the deadly Benghazi attack.
He's calling on the Obama administation to be accountable and says he has gotten no real answers about what happened to the Americans who were killed.
"People want accountability, they want someone to say you know what this is my responsibility and step down."
In a sit down one-on-one with WOKV Yoho said there's a lack of vision for the country and also a lack of leadership in Washington. Yoho says accountability and transparency are the only solutions.
Yoho said, "If we're not trustworthy. If we can't trust our own government, how we can expect any other nation or country or leader to trust us?"
He's on a special select committee on Benghazi and says he's relentless in his search for the truth. He also says he was in the foreign relations meeting when Hillary Clinton asked, "What difference at this point does it make?!" He says the difference is this.
"There's four families that will never see their father, brother, or son."