While the committee’s work continues, the report notes that its progress is being impeded by the Obama administration’s continued stonewalling

In order for Americans to know the truth about what happened in Benghazi, all the evidence needs to be presented.

And yet, more than two years later, new information – like the existence of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s private email system and server – and new documents are just now being revealed:

In the wake of new revelations last month that President Obama’s first Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, used only a personal email account hosted on a private server to conduct official government business, Speaker Boehner and Select Committee on Benghazi Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) called for Secretary Clinton to turn over her server to an independent, neutral, third-party

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You can’t just become Secretary of State and refuse a government phone and email address without anyone noticing. You also can’t regularly contact your boss from your personal email account for years without him noticing that you never use the work account you’re supposed to have. Especially when your boss is the guy who has the nuclear codes.

Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-SC) called on Sec. Clinton “to turn her server over to a neutral, detached third-party arbiter who can determine which documents should be public and which should remain private”...

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s successor, John Kerry, says his department will work to review for release the tens of thousands of emails it first received from Clinton’s private cache just recently, but that it will take time – months, in fact.

Late yesterday, the House Select Committee on Benghazi announced it had “issued subpoenas for all communications of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton related to Libya” in light of new revelations that she exclusively used a private email system and server to conduct official government business, skirting federal records law and preemptively thwa

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