“lawyers representing State argued that making them search other employees’ accounts for Clinton’s emails would set a bad precedent”
Security “equivalent of defcon 5”?
“American lives will be saved because of it. Future attacks will be prevented.”
Benghazi and a Code Red.
What you missed in the last debate.
“They don’t want this stuff to come out…”
“I was treated like dirt. I don’t think the Khan family was treated that way.”
Like a cheap rug.
“It has been a privilege to investigate the service and the sacrifice of the four Americans who died…”
“She has no right … to tell me it’s time to move on.”
“The story of fog of war was known to be false immediately by everyone in the administration.”
“Benghazi Committee Democrats’ obsession with the former Secretary of State is on full display.”
“Hillary Clinton may be the most corrupt person ever to seek the presidency.”
“Your May 31st letter was mildly amusing…”
“we want to make one final attempt to put politics aside…”
A text book example of denial
“…the responsible thing to do is interview them.”
“The memories of those four fallen Americans will settle for the truth.”
“They just kept telling me we’re waiting on a call.”
“We know what she was doing because we have the evidence.”
“The Department’s letter severely mischaracterizes the facts…”
“The Obama administration is notorious for stiff-arming Congress …”
What, at this point, does it matter?
Nothing to see here… move along
“It is deplorable that it took over a year for these records to be produced…”
“What difference at this point does it make?”
Plus, another 1600 pages of Benghazi material.
Just gained access to “crucial national security records”?
“I’m not saying that it rises to the level up Benghazi, I’m saying it’s the same kind of attitude.”
Ass-pirations. Get it?
“You have to talk to everyone before you draw conclusions.”
Tales of video past
And Tim Scott?
“Frankly, at the White House, it didn’t meet the narrative.”
“I can’t take it!”
“When the facts change, I change my mind”