South Carolina Congressman Trey Gowdy says today’s questioning of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is “Making sure the public record is complete is what serious investigations do. So, it was important to gain access to Ambassador Stevens’ emails, the emails of other Sr. leaders and witnesses, and it was important to gain access to your emails. Your emails are no more or less important than anyone else’s. It just took longer to get them and garnered more attention in the process.”
Gowdy, chairman of the U.S. House Select Committee on Benghazi opened what is expected to be up to 10 hours of questioning of Clinton.
Listen to Gowdy’s opening remarks: