Hillary Clinton & Attorney CAUGHT IN LIE to Trey Gowdy Benghazi Committee About Clinton Email Accounts

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The Republican National Committee published proof Monday that former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, through her attorney David Kendall, lied to the House committee investigating the 2012 Benghazi terror attack by stating that Clinton only used one private email account during her tenure as secretary.

The RNC based their claim on Clinton emails published Monday by the New York Times that show her sending emails from an address named [email protected]

Kendall, in a letter dated March 27, 2015 in response to a subpoena for emails from the hrod17 account and another account named [email protected], told the committee Clinton only used the account named hdr22.

The RNC also posted a copy of a statement from Clinton to the public that falsely stated she only used one private email account as secretary except for at the very beginning of her term in 2009.

The emails posted by the New York Times are dated 2011 and 2012.

Email images and descriptions via the RNC.

“NOTE: On April 8, 2011, Clinton Messaged Jake Sullivan Using The Account ” [email protected] ” (“Selected Libya-Related Messages From Hillary Clinton’s Personal Email Account,” The New York Times , 5/18/15)”

“NOTE: On January 5, 2012, Clinton Messaged Jake Sullivan Using The Account ” [email protected] ” (“Selected Libya-Related Messages From Hillary Clinton’s Personal Email Account,” The New York Times , 5/18/15)”

“NOTE: On August 28, 2012, Clinton Messaged Jake Sullivan Using The Account ” [email protected] ” (“Selected Libya-Related Messages From Hillary Clinton’s Personal Email Account,” The New York Times , 5/18/15)”

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