Republican Rep. Darrell Issa
made a "reprehensible" decision to release documents regarding attacks in Libya marked "sensitive," Democratic Sen. Barbara Boxer
said in a statement today.
"Congressman Darrell Issa made a reprehensible and deeply irresponsible decision to release documents officially designated as 'sensitive' even after he was warned that disclosing the information could damage U.S. national security," she said.
The comments come a day after other Democrats
criticized the House Oversight and Government Reform committee chairman over the documents.