Ronald Peters

University of Oklahoma

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Professor of political science at the University of Oklahoma, specializing in the study of Congressional leadership and the speakership of the House

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A committee of Congress today  grilled Hillary Clinton  about the deaths of four American officials in Benghazi, Libya in 2012 while she was Secretary of State.

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