Hillary Clinton’s many contradictions about her emails are now featured in a new video presented by the U.S. House oversight committee.
The video, released Monday, showcases the Democratic presidential nominee’s inconsistencies during testimony in the federal investigation into her private email server.
Titled “Were Hillary Clinton’s Statements False?” the video showed alternating remarks by Clinton and FBI Director James Comey.
At one point how Clinton stated that she had only one server and that she turned over all of her emails to the State Department, but those comments were then contradicted by Comey’s testimony.
In another segment, Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio questioned Clinton on the way attorneys searched for work-related emails.
“I’m asking how it was done. Did someone physically look at the 62,000 emails or did you use search terms, date parameters?” Jordan asked in the video clip. “I want to know the specifics.”
“They did all of that. They also went through every single email,” Clinton answered.
Cutting away to Comey next, the video showed him stating: “Lawyers doing the sorting for Secretary Clinton in 2014 did not individually read the content of all of her emails as we did for those available to us.”
The two-and-a-half minute video was released as Congressional Republicans sent a letter to the Justice Department seeking to charge Clinton with perjury.
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