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Citizens United's Bossie: Benghazi Hearing Raises Questions on Hillary's Credibility

 

By    |   Thursday, 22 Oct 2015 09:51 PM

Republicans on the special House committee investigating the 2012 Benghazi attacks raised strong questions about Hillary Clinton's credibility through their questions at Thursday's hearing, Citizens United President David Bossie told Newsmax TV.

"What I saw today was of no surprise, but what I was pleasantly surprised with was the Republicans on the committee and how dedicated, how disciplined they were, and how methodical they are laying out the case," Bossie told "Newsmax Prime" guest host Ric Blackwell.

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"That's going to have some long-term repercussions for Hillary Clinton," he added. "What they were doing was establishing and reinforcing the level of distrust and dishonesty that the American people feel about Hillary Clinton really as a politician.

"Her polling numbers on distrust and dishonesty are enormous — and that's really what they were playing to today, from a standpoint of if her answers were getting to the truth.

"Were her answers getting to the truth?" Bossie asked. "You saw a lot of dissembling, you saw her stuttering a lot — and you saw her answering questions in a way that as a former chief investigator of the congressional Government Reform and Oversight Committee, I would look at each one of her answers from a perjury standpoint."

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Republicans on the special House committee investigating the 2012 Benghazi attacks raised strong questions about Hillary Clinton's credibility through their questions at Thursday's hearing, Citizens United President David Bossie told Newsmax TV.
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