After years of investigation, combing through tens-of-thousands of documents and conducting interviews with 75 witnesses and knowledgeable individuals, members of the Benghazi Select Committee officially released their final report on the September 11, 2012 attack this week. There's still one major question that is left unanswered: Where was President Obama during the attack?
"I don't know where he was," Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy said during an interview on America's Newsroom Wednesday.
There is nothing in the lengthy report detailing Obama's whereabouts despite the Committee sending the President a list of questions about his role that night. According to reporting from Fox News Chief Intelligence Correspondent, Obama's attorneys have advised him not to answer any questions regarding his whereabouts during the attack.
As a reminder, three years ago the White House classified Obama's location and what he did that night as a "largely irrelevant" details.
During the May 2, 2011 raid on Osama bin Laden's complex the White House booked a photographer so we would know exactly where President Obama was.
Will we ever know where President Obama was the night of the Benghazi terror attacks, which left four Americans dead? I suppose time will tell.