Clinton, before her official announcement, speaking to the media at the United Nations Headquarters regarding her use of a private email server while Secretary of State.
(Worthy News) -Hillary Clinton was trapped by aggressive questioning Thursday by Rep. Jim Jordan (R., Ohio) at the Benghazi Select Committee on her rhetoric initially blaming an anti-Muslim video for the Benghazi terrorist attack, with Jordan showing emails revealing Clinton knew immediately the video wasn’t involved and telling her family it was an attack by an "al Qaeda-like group."
The matter went to why Benghazi was such a hot topic during the 2012 election cycle. The Obama administration repeatedly touted having al-Qaeda “on the run” at the time, and Republicans challenged that a terrorist attack of this magnitude would undermine Obamas’s re-election campaign narrative.
Jordan showed an email Clinton sent her own family, in which she said officers were killed in Benghazi by a group like al Qaeda. [ Source ]
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