• State Dept. Suddenly Discovers 1,300 Pages Emails from Ambassador Stevens

    The Obama State Department delivered over 1,300 pages of emails from former Ambassador Chris Stevens to The House Select Committee on Benghazi on Tuesday, just two days before Hillary’s testimony before the Benghazi committee.

    The emails of Ambassador Christopher Stevens, who was who killed in the Sept. 11, 2012 attacks on the consulate, were released after more than a year of requests by the committee. The seven previous congressional investigations on Benghazi did not have access to the emails.

    The Republican-led Benghazi Committee, which has been blasted in recent days as a waste of taxpayer money.

    Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.), chairman of the House Benghazi Committee, maintains that the Benghazi reports cannot conclude without better understanding of Stevens’ requests for increased security and why his requests were ultimately turned down.

    Clinton is scheduled to testify to the committee on Thursday about her failure to provide adequate security for Stevens leading up to the onslaught.

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