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The House Democratic caucus is split over whether the party should participate in the House select committee on Benghazi that Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) moved to establish last week to investigate the terrorist attack that killed four Americans in 2012.

Party leaders have universally condemned the panel as a partisan exercise, but some Democratic lawmakers believe it would be a mistake to boycott the probe entirely. After a meeting of the caucus and talks with Boehner on Friday, Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) left for the weekend without deciding whether to appoint members to the committee.

Boehner has now named all seven of his appointees, and Democratic aides said it’s likely Pelosi will either name her full allotment of five lawmakers or none at all, as opposed to naming just one or two Democrats, as one of her allies had suggested during the week.