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Missouri Senator Roy Blunt
Missouri Senator Roy Blunt says he's anxious to hear what former CIA Director David Petraeus says Friday when he appears before a House committee.
Petraeus made a report about the terrorist attack on the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
Blunt says the Obama administration seems to not be very concerned about releasing information about the killing of the ambassador and three other Americans.
He says the administration has been challenging the 1970's Intelligence Act quite a bit.
The head of the Senate Intelligence Committee Sen. Dianne Feinstein says he will testify about Libya, not the sex scandal that caused him to quit as CIA director.
She says Petraeus is "very willing and interested" in talking to the Senate committee once a date is set.
Blunt also serves on the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Friday's House committee hearing is closed to the public.
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