The chairman of a committee of the House of Representatives investigating the attacks of 2012 in Benghazi, Hillary Clinton formally requested that allows access to your private server computer to check emails independently.
Through a letter, Republican Trey Gowdy calls on Clinton give the inspector general of the Department of State the server used for official business while serving as secretary of state.
Gowdy said the committee did not discuss any personal email found on the server, but instead recommended that the Inspector General of the Department of State or other figure neutral consideration.
Recall that Clinton has been under pressure to use an address and a private email server rather than government systems while he was the top diplomat in the country between 2009 and 2013.
The presumptive Democratic presidential candidate has promised that all your email related work will be made public, but acknowledged the loss of thousands of messages related to personal matters. Clinton has said the server “will remain private.”
Although Hillary already submitted thousands of pages of emails related to your work to the State Department, many congressional Republicans want a neutral analyst revise the server and determine whether all relevant material delivered.
Gowdy said the request is made “in the interest of transparency to the American people” and gave a deadline until April 3 to Clinton responds.
If she refuses to give the server, “I will inform the President of the House of Representatives to adopt the necessary measures to protect the interests of the American people measures,” Gowdy wrote in the letter to Clinton attorney, David Kendall.
But Democrats on the commission accused Gowdy of politically motivated because of potential presidential aspirations of Clinton.
For his part, President of the House of Representatives, John Boehner, has not ruled out a floor vote to force Clinton to deliver the server if she refuses to do so voluntarily.