(WASHINGTON) -- For senators seeking answers to their tough questions on the United States' intervention in Libya, Wednesday will be just the day to ask them.
Fresh from her talks in Europe with NATO allies, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, joined by Secretary of Defense Robert Gates, will hold a closed-door, classified session with Senate members who want to know when and how to end the Libyan operation.
Senators said they've been told to bring all their questions and not hold back during the give-and-take with the top Libya policy team.
"I've told my caucus to come loaded with all your questions; ask questions in this classified setting and then if you want to do more legislatively, you're entitled to do that," said Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid.
A similar Q&A on Libya will also be held with House members.
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