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Rep. Peter King not satisfied with Benghazi e-mails; calls on Clinton to testify again

After intense pressure the White House has just released more than 100 pages of emails that detail the back and forth between the CIA, the State Department, and the White House as they discussed the controversial talking points surrounding the attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi.

First on CNN: White House releases 100 pages of Benghazi e-mails

Outfront tonight: Representative Peter King of New York is on the House Intelligence Committee and has been one of the most outspoken, demanding transparency on the issue.


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  1. Stephen R. Ganns

    Erin,
    The email release still leaves many questions as Rep. King points out–it needs a select committee.
    However, I couldn't help notice, what only could be described as the incredulity on your face at the panel with Jessica Yellen and Gloria Borger. The same phenomenon occurred an hour later with Anderson Cooper and his similar reaction –same panel. Gloria Borger (along with David Gergen) has been the best, non-biased political reporter in my opinion. I was shocked at her response last night in being pilable to the Whitehouse spin. Jessica Yellen, who used to be a tough reporter, is now qualified to be a fawning host for an entertainment network.

    May 16, 2013 at 2:20 pm | Reply
  2. Stephen R. Ganns

    Erin,
    The email release still leaves many questions as Rep. King points out–it needs a select committee.
    However, I couldn't help notice, what only could be described as the incredulity on your face at the panel with Jessica Yellen and Gloria Borger. The same phenomenon occurred an hour later with Anderson Cooper and his –same panel. Gloria Borger (along with David Gergen) has been the best, non-biased political reporter in my opinion. I was shocked at her response last night in being pilable to the Whitehouse spin. Jessica Yellen, who used to be a tough reporter is now qualified

    May 16, 2013 at 2:12 pm | Reply

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