The Free Beacon has obtained exclusive copies of several emails the State Department is planning to release late Tuesday evening, the timing of which the administration insists was chosen due to its profound commitment to transparency. Like previously disclosed correspondence, the emails shed more light on the relationship between then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her “old friend” Sidney Blumenthal. The emails, which Hillary has said were “unsolicited,” show that the secretary of state was eager to accept Blumenthal’s counsel on a range of issues.
South Carolina senator and presidential candidate Lindsey Graham slammed Hillary Clinton’s management of the State Department on Wednesday, saying that other Americans could be sent to jail for running organizations in a similar fashion.
Emails showing Democratic operative Sid Blumenthal directing public relations efforts for Hillary Clinton in the wake of the 2012 Benghazi attacks were withheld from a select committee investigating the attacks, Politico reported on Wednesday.
A new CNN Opinion Research Corporation Poll revealed that at 51 percent of Americans approve of the way Republicans have handled the hearings on Benghazi.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee has issued a subpoena to the Obama administration compelling it to release long-withheld documents concerning the training of diplomatic security personnel tasked with defending Americans abroad.
You probably have some questions about emails Hillary Clinton decided to release on the Friday before Memorial Day weekend, but were afraid to ask. Here’s everything you need to know:
Controversial Clinton pal Sidney Blumenthal is no longer on the Clinton Foundation payroll, but it is still unclear when he left and under what circumstances.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Congressional investigators have issued a subpoena demanding that former Clinton White House adviser Sidney Blumenthal testify next month before the House of Representatives committee investigating the 2012 attack on U.S. diplomatic facilities in Benghazi, Libya.