Hillary Clinton will testify in October before the committee investigating that 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack that killed four Americans, a spokesman said.
Clinton campaign spokesman Nick Merrill said the the former secretary of State will testify during a public hearing before the select committee after months of rhetorical battling between Clinton and lawmakers over her role in the attack.
“Earlier this week we were pleased for Secretary Clinton to receive an offer from Congressman Gowdy to appear before the committee in a public hearing in October, and yesterday accepted his invitation,” Merrill said in a statement.
But it isn’t clear Clinton’s appearance is set in stone. In response to reports that the former administration official would testify, a spokesperson for the committee said that negotiations were still ongoing.