Gowdy asks Clinton to turn over email server for review
WASHINGTON (AP) — The chairman of a House committee investigating the deadly 2012 attacks in Benghazi has formally requested that Hillary Rodham Clinton turn over her email server for an independent review.
Republican congressman Trey Gowdy of South Carolina sent a letter requesting that Clinton turn over the server she used for official State Department business to the State Department inspector general or other third party to determine what records should be made public.
Gowdy said that while Clinton “is responsible for causing this issue” by using a private email server, “she alone does not get to determine its outcome.”
Clinton has pledged that all her work-related email would be made public, but acknowledged deleting thousands of messages related to personal matters. Clinton has said the server “will remain private.”