Hillary Clinton has now become one of the busiest women on Earth. Last month, she has officially announced her participation in the presidential elections of the next year and even before that she has worked in order to start a successful campaign. With her recently joining LinkedIn with an article on how small business could be encouraged by the government of the United States and her plans to function as a small biz president, Hillary Clinton has taken important steps against her rivals in the presidential race. Her staff has fully understood that the means of communicating through the social media are extremely viable for the reality of our current days and since then Clinton has appeared in numerous occasions on social media platforms like the giants Facebook, Twitter and the career oriented platform LinkedIn. However, with the Clinton e-mails on Libya and Benghazi attacks released by the State Department, things are getting interesting, raising the curiosity of both political analysts and American voters.
On Friday, the State Dept. has released an approximate number of 900 pages, containing the e-mails that Hillary Clinton has sent and received by the time she was in the position of secretary of state. The information contained by the released e-mails was in connection the the attacks in Libya and Benghazi and it was taken from the private account Hillary Rodham Clinton, which the presidential candidate used by the time she functioned as secretary of state.
The 900 pages of e-mails containing have been turned over to a committee of the House of Representatives, whose current activity is to investigate the attacks which occurred on Sept. 11 2012, in Benghazi, during which the US Ambassador to Libya, J. Christopher Stevens and other three citizens of the United States have been killed.
The e-mails which have been recently turned over to the House committee contain info on the events prior to the attack and also in connection to the situation when the attack occurred and after it was finished. There are some details concerning the administration of the heated situation and some speech drafts. The e-mails were sent between Hillary Clinton, secretary of state by that time and her most important aides.
“The emails we release today do not change the essential facts or our understanding of the events before, during, or after the attacks, which have been known since the independent Accountability Review Board report on the Benghazi attacks was released almost two and a half years ago.”
Marie Harf of the State Dept. has commented on the matter.
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