Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton’s credibility came under new assault when the House Special Committee on Benghazi released its March 4 subpoena to refute the former secretary of state’s claim that she was never subpoenaed to turn over emails.
AUN-TV has attached the subpoena to this article.
Here is the video of her, well lying about it:
Mrs. Clinton made the claim Tuesday in the first national TV interview of her three-month-old campaign. It was part of her uneven and at times uncomfortable performance answering questions in front of CNN’s cameras.
But the most severe repercussions were from Mrs. Clinton’s protestations about how she handled her email as America’s top diplomat, when she exclusively used a private email account to conduct official business and then, years later, deleted about half of the messages rather than turn them over to the State Department.
“The committee has issued several subpoenas, but I have not sought to make them public,” said Rep. Trey Gowdy, chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi. “I would not make this one public now, but after Secretary Clinton falsely claimed the committee did not subpoena her, I have no choice in order to correct the inaccuracy.”
The six-page subpoena was issued directly to Mrs. Clinton and served to her attorney on March 4, 2015. It demanded all email sent to and from the private account she used as secretary of state between Jan. 1, 2011, and Dec. 31, 2012, and included detailed instructions for how the email files should be indexed and delivered to the committee.
The committee issued the subpoena after lawmakers learned that Mrs. Clinton used a private email account, keeping her correspondence out of the custody of the State Department and shielding it from congressional investigators, according to the committee.
Mrs. Clinton insisted in the interview that she had not been subpoenaed for the email when she deleted about 33,000 messages
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