Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) on Saturday promised that "explosive" congressional hearings over the Benghazi, Libya attacks are on the way.
"There are more Benghazi hearings coming, I think they're going to be explosive," Gowdy said on Fox News.
Gowdy, a member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, said the hearings are going to be "coming quickly" and seemed to hint that the public might for the first time hear from witnesses to the September assault that left four Americans dead.
"I am bound by certain measures of confidentiality, but I would tell you that you are getting very warm," Gowdy said when asked by a Fox News anchor whether witnesses could be coming forward. "[The hearings] are coming sooner rather than later."
Gowdy followed that up by saying that in a trial, "direct evidence, direct testimony by eyewitnesses is always the most compelling." He said that if there is anyone who wants to come forward, the House committee will make legal counsel available to them.
"Trust me when I tell you you will want to follow the hearings that are coming up," he said.