Spe­cial panel’s time line stretches into next year

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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

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