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Gowdy: That Iconic Picture of Hillary on Her B’Berry? ‘We Have No E-mails from That Day’

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Trey Sanchez
Truth Revolt
March 9, 2015

Firey S.C. Rep. Trey Gowdy dropped a bomb on Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal Sunday morning on CBS’ Face the Nation:

If you think to that iconic picture of [Hillary] on a C-17 flying to Libya — she has sunglasses on and she has her handheld device in her hand. We have no e-mails from that day. In fact, we have no emails from that trip.

Gowdy went on to say that it “strains credibility” to believe that such a trip would not involve documents transferring between those involved in the meetings in Libya.

“There are huge gaps,” Gowdy said, in regards to what has been detailed in Clinton’s private e-mail logs that span “months and months.”

“It’s not up to Secretary Clinton to decide what’s a public record and what’s not,” Gowdy said.

Gowdy noted that he has even lost confidence in the State Department to make that determination especially since they allowed Clinton to have the private e-mail and did nothing about it.

To host Bob Schieffer, Gowdy said, “I think your viewers are entitled to a neutral, detached arbiter to determine what’s a public record.”

Gowdy concluded by saying he doesn’t need everything from Clinton, just that which is related to Libya and Benghazi.

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This article was posted: Monday, March 9, 2015 at 6:17 am





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