The Republican chairs of two House Committees have followed up their letter to the U.S. attorney in D.C. about charging Hillary Clinton with perjury with another letter today laying out the case for why there’s enough to go on to make that charge.
There are four specific charges Jason Chaffetz and Bob Goodlatte go after Clinton on in the letter.
The first: in her testimony last year before a House Select Committee, Clinton said she never sent or received any emails marked classified. FBI Director James Comey said that there were a few emails with classification markings in there.
The second: Clinton claimed that all of her emails were reviewed and read. Comey said, “The lawyers doing the sorting for Secretary Clinton in 2014 did not individually read the content of all of her e-mails.”
The third: an apparent contradiction in the number of devices and servers Clinton used.
The fourth: the FBI finding emails that were not handed over by the Clinton team to the State Department two years ago.
The House Oversight Committee even has a video out today titled “Were Hillary Clinton’s Statements False?”
(Two House Democrats, Comey, and Loretta Lynch are CC’d on the letter, which you can read here [PDF].)
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