Susan Rice may be defeated, and Hillary Clinton may be leaving Foggy Bottom, but John McCain isn't giving up on the idea that someone, someday is going to answer is questions about Benghazi.
McCain claimed that he wasn't planning to bring up the topic during John Kerry's confirmation hearing, but he had his hand forced by earlier questioners today who suggested that the American people don't really care whether it was a "spontaneous demonstration" or a well-planned and highly coordinated terrorist assault that destroyed the Benghazi consulate. McCain began his question time for Kerry by saying, "I didn't want to bring it up, but since it was brought up I'll respond again." The he spoke for a full seven minutes about the topic, eventually pivoting to Syria, Russia, and Iran, and wrapped up without actually asking a question.
McCain—who was added to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee this year, apparently so he could ask people about this—even repeated some of the exact same lines from yesterday's questioning of Hillary Clinton. ("People don't bring mortars and RPGs to spontaneous demonstrations.") But mostly, he just wants it know that he hasn't received the answers he's looking for: "We still haven't gotten the answers and for anyone to say that we don't care what happened is absolutely is false."