Trey Gowdy says 'months and months and months' of Hillary's emails are missing

Hillary Clinton tweeted that she wants her e-mails released, but when the Benghazi Select Committee asked for her e-mails during the Benghazi crisis, they came up empty.  Appearing on Face the Nation Sunday, Trey Gowdy said (hat tip: Daniel Halper, The Weekly Standard):

"There are gaps of months and months and months," said Gowdy. "If you think to that iconic picture of her on a C-17 flying to Libya--she has sunglasses on, she has her handheld device in her hand, we have no e-mails from that day.

In fact we have no e-mails from that trip. So it strains credibility to believe that if you're on your way to Libya to discuss Libyan policy that there's not a single document that's been turned over to Congress.

"So there are huge gaps. And with respect to the president, it's not up to Secretary Clinton to decide what's a public record and what's not."

 

President Nixon was a piker. Compare his 18-minute gap on tape recordings of his White House conversations with "months and months and months" of missing e-mails.

Hillary Clinton tweeted that she wants her e-mails released, but when the Benghazi Select Committee asked for her e-mails during the Benghazi crisis, they came up empty.  Appearing on Face the Nation Sunday, Trey Gowdy said (hat tip: Daniel Halper, The Weekly Standard):

"There are gaps of months and months and months," said Gowdy. "If you think to that iconic picture of her on a C-17 flying to Libya--she has sunglasses on, she has her handheld device in her hand, we have no e-mails from that day.

In fact we have no e-mails from that trip. So it strains credibility to believe that if you're on your way to Libya to discuss Libyan policy that there's not a single document that's been turned over to Congress.

"So there are huge gaps. And with respect to the president, it's not up to Secretary Clinton to decide what's a public record and what's not."

 

President Nixon was a piker. Compare his 18-minute gap on tape recordings of his White House conversations with "months and months and months" of missing e-mails.