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Good morning- Hillary Clinton sits for highly anticipated public testimony before the House Select Committee on Benghazi Thursday. Live pool signals are up now (see below for Atlanta router info) Here's a tick-toc of the proceedings: <tab>10 a.m. ET -- start time <tab>Rep. Gowdy - opening statement for ten mins approx. <tab>Rep. Cummings - opening statement for ten mins approx.     <tab>Clinton -- opening statement for ten mins approx.     <tab>7 GOP members and 5 Democrats -- each get 10 mins to query Clinton <tab>First session could go FOUR hours (unless HRC or Chair calls a break) <tab>They could break at 130 p.m. ET or 2 p.m. ET for votes - HRC takes a lunch break <tab>Afternoon session would go another FOUR hours. Note: Dana Bash and Manu Raju will be available live from outside the room.
Good morning- Hillary Clinton sits for highly anticipated public testimony before the House Select Committee on Benghazi Thursday. Live pool signals are up now (see below for Atlanta router info) Here's a tick-toc of the proceedings: <tab>10 a.m. ET -- start time <tab>Rep. Gowdy - opening statement for ten mins approx. <tab>Rep. Cummings - opening statement for ten mins approx.     <tab>Clinton -- opening statement for ten mins approx.     <tab>7 GOP members and 5 Democrats -- each get 10 mins to query Clinton <tab>First session could go FOUR hours (unless HRC or Chair calls a break) <tab>They could break at 130 p.m. ET or 2 p.m. ET for votes - HRC takes a lunch break <tab>Afternoon session would go another FOUR hours. Note: Dana Bash and Manu Raju will be available live from outside the room.

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