Benghazi Committee Says Hillary Clinton Used Multiple Personal Email Accounts At State Dept.

The New York Times first reported Monday night that Clinton used a private, personal email address for official State Department business - creating a potential violation of federal rules that mandate correspondences be retained.

She may have had more than one...

The House committee investigating the 2012 terrorist attacks in Benghazi will issue new requests to Hillary Clinton for emails from multiple personal accounts she used during her tenure as secretary of state.

Chairman Trey Gowdy told reporters on Tuesday that lawyers for the Benghazi Committee would be issuing the new requests - which he didn’t rule out could come in the form of subpoenas - to Clinton and her email providers in the coming weeks.

“It was not as if she had both an official and a private email account. She did not use personal email in addition to government email. She used personal email in lieu of government email,” Gowdy said. “And she had more than one private email account.”

“The State Department cannot certify that have produced all of former Secretary Clinton’s emails because they do not have all of former Secretary Clinton’s emails nor do they control access to them,” he said.
Now there are reports that Clinton top aides Philippe Reines and Huma Abedin also used secret email accounts at State Department