House Republicans continue to demand more documents out of the Obama administration on the Benghazi terror attack, praising the release of 100 pages of internal deliberations as an encouraging step but claiming the government should do more to clear up questions.

“While these hundred are good and they shed light on what happened, we have nearly 25,000 that they haven’t released,” Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, told Fox News.

He noted the documents released late Wednesday — a release long sought by Republicans — for the most part covered two days of communications. “What about the ones before and what about all the ones after? Let’s go ahead and release those as well,” Chaffetz said.