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Clinton Cracks Up At The Most Awkward Q Of The Benghazi 

Love this exchange where Hillary showed her sense of humor and the Republican's utter lack of it.

After hours of inquiries, a question from Rep. Martha Roby (R-AL) made Clinton erupt with laughter.

"Who else was at your home, were you alone?" Roby asked.

"I was alone, yes," Clinton replied.

"The whole night?" Roby asked.

"Well, yes, the whole night," Clinton said, bursting with laughter.

"Well, I don't know why that's funny," Roby said.


Ex-Benghazi Investigator Alleges Rep. Gowdy Violated Federal Law

Source: NBCNews.com

The legal battle between the House Select Committee on Benghazi and its former investigator, Todd Podliska, escalated Monday afternoon, when Podliska's lawyers alleged that Chairman Trey Gowdy violated government confidentiality rules and federal law in responding to allegations made by Podliska.

"Both Representative Gowdy and the committee have clearly violated terms of the confidentiality agreement and the Congressional Accountability Act," said Peter Romer-Friedman, one of Podliska's attorneys, to MSNBC on Monday afternoon.


The lawyers allege that Gowdy and the committee improperly released confidential information regarding an employment dispute with Podliska, in an effort to discredit him.
Gowdy, the Benghazi committee chairman, told NBC News' Kristin Welker that Podliska was a "lousy employee" who mishandled classified information, and that his criticism of the committee's focus on Hillary Clinton only arose when he "was losing in mediation on his reservist claim."

Read more: http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/ex-benghazi-investigator-alleges-rep-gowdy-violated-federal-law-n443166
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