Boehner Talks Balanced Budget, Latest in Benghazi Investigation

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Boehner Talks Balanced Budget, Latest in Benghazi Investigation

Boehner Talks Balanced Budget, Latest in Benghazi Investigation


United States House of Representatives

March 17, 2015

Boehner Highlights Balanced Budget & The Latest in the Benghazi Investigation

March 17, 2015

Speaker Boehner's Press Office

WASHINGTON, DC – At a press conference with Republican leaders today, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) discussed Republicans’ pro-growth, balanced budget and reiterated the need for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to turn over her e-mail server to a neutral third party. Following are Boehner’s remarks:

“For 53 of the last 60 years, the federal government has spent more than it has taken in - 53 of the last 60 years. It’s unacceptable.

“To this day, now in his seventh year in office, the president has never proposed a budget that balances. Our budget will balance, but it’s also about growing our economy, growing jobs and building economic strength for our future.

“Lastly, let me reiterate that the American people deserve all the facts about what happened in Benghazi. That’s why it’s so important for Secretary Clinton to turn over her personal server to a neutral third party. I think this is the fairest way to make sure that we have all the documents that belong to the public, and ultimately, all the facts.”

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