Rep. Darrell Issa definitely still holds a grudge after House leaders stripped him of his unending Benghazi investigation in favor of a House Select Committee of People Who Are Not Darrell Issa. Now he's trying to crash their closed-door meetings
Issa marched into the closed-door deposition and remained inside for about a minute before he was escorted out by the panel’s chairman, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.).
The pair briefly exchanged hushed words in a nearby hallway before Issa stormed off, throwing an empty soda can into a nearby trash bin.
Ouch. Yeah, he's still sore.
For the record, the meeting he tried to crash was a closed-door deposition by longtime Hillary Clinton adviser Sydney Blumenthal, who no doubt was intimately involved in something-something Hillary Clinton's fault. So you can see why Issa is so peeved he's not allowed to listen in on this key testimony.