By Laura Barron-Lopez:
In a statement on Wednesday responding to Kendall’s letter, Gowdy shot back that Clinton has yet to answer all questions surrounding the “unusual email arrangement she had with herself.”
He said the committee is “now in possession of thousands of pages of documents” and expect more to be handed over by the State Department soon.
“These documents, as well as other documents never before produced to any committee of Congress and transcribed interviews with witnesses never before questioned by any committee of Congress, will aid the committee as it prepares to invite Secretary Clinton to appear,” Gowdy said.
Gowdy added the committee will issue a response on Thursday and set a “reasonable path forward with respect to Secretary Clinton’s appearances to discuss both Benghazi as well as congressional efforts to ensure the public record is complete with respect to her tenure as secretary of state.”
Kendall’s letter to Gowdy comes on the heels of reports that the Republican-led committee would not release a report on their investigation of the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya, until next year, dropping it just months before the 2016 presidential election.
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