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Clinton to appear before House of Representative for Benghazi


07/31/2015


The House of Representative to question Hillary Clinton on Benghazi and her use of private e-mail.



Hillary Clinton, the former Secretary of State, will testify before the House of Representatives which is investigating into the attack of the U.S embassy in Benghazi, Libya. The committee has reported that she will present herself before it on the 22nd October 2015.
 
"Secretary Clinton's attorney, Mr. David Kendall, late today confirmed she has accepted the Select Committee's offer to appear before the committee, which will take place Oct. 22nd," the committee said in a statement.
 
This is of significance, since Hillary Clinton is the front-runner presidential nominee for the Democratic Party. The committee has said that the areas their volley of questions will cover will be those concerning the attacks on the U.S embassy in which four Americans died and her use of a private e-mail account while she was the secretary of state.
 
 
Both of these issues have been hounding her since she has declared her candidacy for running the gauntlet of becoming the U.S President.
 
Source: Reuters.com







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