Included in the House Benghazi Committee's final report on the Sept. 11, 2012, terrorist attack are 15 unanswered questions for President Barack Obama.
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), the committee's chairman, said in a letter addressed the president's counsel that Obama is "the only person who can answer some of these questions."
"The Executive Branch would, perhaps, argue sending questions to the President is 'unprecedented' and would create a 'constitutional crisis,'" Gowdy wrote. "The Legislative Branch would argue several prior Committee Chairmen sent an extensive set of questions to the President regarding Benghazi, the President has answered media inquiries about Benghazi without a 'constitutional crisis,' and the President is uniquely situated to answer these questions."
Read the full list of questions via the House Benghazi Committee below: