Special panel’s time line stretches into next year
conduct official business.
He then would have her testify before the committee in a public hearing to answer questions about Libya and the 2012 attack.
She has insisted she followed the rules, and said she didn’t write about classified information from that account. In a letter to Mr. Gowdy on Wednesday, her attorney, David E. Kendall, wrote that she already has publicly answered the questions about her email use.
Mr. Kendall said Mrs. Clinton is willing to attend a public hearing and that there is “no reason to delay” that appearance by first asking her to testify in private.
Her attorney has also rejected Mr. Gowdy’s request that her email server be turned over to a thirdparty arbiter, and said Mrs. Clinton had the server wiped clean after she turned over the emails she