The ranking Democrat on the House panel investigating the 2012 Benghazi attacks Thursday called for the release of the testimony by a top aide to Hillary Clinton on the release of her emails from her tenure as secretary of state.
"After listening to many hours of testimony with Cheryl Mills today, I believe every single American should be able to read this transcript as soon as possible," said Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings. "The American people should be able to see for themselves that none of the wild Republican allegations against Secretary Clinton have been substantiated."
Mills, who served as Clinton's chief of staff, oversaw the release of the State Department emails.
She testified to the Benghazi panel in closed session that no work-related documents had been withheld or destroyed to keep them from the public, Politico reports.
Mills also testified that she never knowingly mishandled classified information, according to a source who was familiar with her testimony.
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