Benghazi committee says Clinton refusing to answer questions about private emails

A spokesman for the House Select Committee on Benghazi blasted Hillary Clinton's legal team Saturday for demanding "artificial limitations" on the testimony she said she has agreed to give on Oct. 22.

Jamal Ware, the majority's spokesperson, said Clinton's attorney David Kendall was still negotiating the candidate's appearance on Friday night.

"The Committee will not, now or ever, accept artificial limitations on its congressionally-directed jurisdiction or efforts to meet the responsibilities assigned to the Committee by the House of Representatives," Ware said.

He noted that Kendall had in the past agreed to "answer all questions the Committee had about Libya, Benghazi, and [Clinton's] unusual email arrangement with herself."