Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will appear before the full House Foreign Affairs Committee on Wednesday, and you can ask her whatever you want.
Clinton will face the panel at the hearing “Assessing U.S. Foreign Policy Priorities Amidst Economic Challenges: The Foreign Relations Budget for Fiscal Year 2013.”
The committee will review the questions and some may be asked by members on behalf of the person submitting the query.
“I am pleased that Secretary Clinton has agreed to come before our Committee on Wednesday to discuss important foreign policy matters that affect our nation deeply,” Chairwoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) said.
“Whether you’re concerned about Iran’s nuclear program, or attacks on freedom and democracy in Latin America, or how taxpayer funds are used by foreign governments who receive U.S. foreign aid, or other issues, we want to hear from you,” she said. “We want to know your thoughts and concerns.”
Clinton just returned from the Friends of Syria conference in Tunisia, and today has private meetings with Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and National Security Adviser Tom Donilon.