Hillary: No Need for Benghazi Hearing

She's "absolutely" satisfied that all the questions have been answered.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave a live interview to ABC News' Robin Roberts at the Ford Foundation sponsored by Philanthropy New York Wednesday night.

When asked by Roberts whether she was satisfied with all the answers she'd received regarding the events of September 11, 2012 that led to the death of four Americans at the hands of Al Qaeda-affiliated terrorists including the US Ambassador to Libya, Clinton flatly said, "Absolutely."

She went on to say she didn't "believe there's any reason for (a select committee on Benghazi)."

Roberts: On Benghazi, the new investigation. Are you satisfied with the answers and are you content with what you know -- what happened?

Clinton: Absolutely. I mean, of course there are a lot of reasons why, despite all of the hearings, all of the information that's provided, some choose not to be satisfied and choose to continue to move forward. That's their choice. And I do not believe there's any reason for it to continue in this way, but they get to call the shots in the Congress.

Roberts, the journalist who was used by the Obama Administration to announce his "evolution" on same-sex marriage, neglected to follow-up with Mrs. Clinton and point out that one of the reasons the select committee was being formed was her State Department's reluctance to release documents that had been subpoenaed by congress and were only discovered after a lawsuit over a FOIA request by Judicial Watch. 

One positive note for Americans: It's refreshing to see a Democrat concede that Congress can "call the shots" on an issue of national importance. This does not appear to be the official position of the Obama Administration.