Chairwoman Granger, along with seven other committee and subcommittee chairmen, sent a letter to President Obama earlier this week regarding the events surrounding the terrorist attack on the U.S. embassy in Libya.  They reiterated their concerns about the Administration’s response to the attack, the presumed lack of post-9/11 preparedness leading up to the event, and the delayed FBI investigation after the death of Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.  Granger and her colleagues closed the letter by requesting a joint-briefing from the Administration to provide answers to their questions and concerns.  To read the entire letter click on the PDF below: