Trey Gowdy Gets Major Benghazi Breakthrough
Rep. Trey Gowdy’s House Select Committee on Benghazi received a major boost on Thursday when 4,000 pages of documents were delivered to the committee.
While the South Carolina Republican refused to characterize the nature of the documents, which had been under subpoena by the committee for two years, the new batch of papers is said to include communications from the State Department’s Benghazi Accountability Review Board.
The Accountability Review Board, which was originally established while presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton was head of the State Department, conducted the first investigation into the 2012 Benghazi attacks. Those attacks killed four Americans, including Ambassador Chris Stevens.
“The Benghazi Committee continues to build the most comprehensive and complete record on what happened before, during, and after the Benghazi terrorist attacks,” Gowdy said of his investigation.
“Contrary to those who said all had been asked and answered, the Benghazi Committee has shown there is more still for Congress to consider. More