Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign said Saturday that she will testify on Oct. 22 before the House select committee investigating her role in connection with the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi, Libya — an assertion that was quickly challenged by a spokesman for the committee.
Clinton campaign spokesman Nick Merrill announced the date and said her testimony would be public. But James Ware, a spokesman for the committee, said the timing is not set because of ongoing negotiations with Clinton's lawyer over ground rules.
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