Many are urging Congress to investigate the Niger attack that left four U.S. servicemen dead. Even the former chairman of the House Oversight Committee, Jason Chaffetz, called on his colleagues to open an investigation. But others worry such an investigation would only turn Niger into Benghazi―"a tragedy in search of a scandal"―and Congress shouldn't politicize the deaths of the four soldiers who lost their lives. What do you think?
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