Cummings Statement on Clinton's Emails

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Cummings Statement on Clinton's Emails

Cummings Statement on Clinton's Emails


United States House of Representatives

March 10, 2015

Cummings Statement on Clinton’s Emails

Mar 10, 2015 Press Release

WASHINGTON— Today, Ranking Member Elijah Cummings released the following statement in response to former Secretary Clinton’s press conference at the United Nations regarding her use of a private email account during her tenure as Secretary of State:

"I am glad Secretary Clinton addressed this issue directly, and I hope the Benghazi Select Committee will return to its purpose of investigating the attacks in Benghazi instead of attempting to impact the 2016 presidential election. I am pleased that the State Department will release the Secretary's emails about Benghazi first, as Democrats requested, so that the public can read them and see for themselves that they are consistent with the independent Accountability Review Board's findings two years ago. If Republicans still want additional assurances that all official government records have been produced, they can follow standard practice and ask this Secretary -- and previous Secretaries -- to sign certifications under oath."

114th Congress

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