By Caitlin Dickson, Yahoo News
The House Select Committee on Benghazi is planning to subpoena Clintonmail.com for all correspondence related to the 2012 Benghazi embassy attack.
According to The Washington Post, the State Department can expect to receive subpoenas on Wednesday afternoon. It was the same House investigative committee that discovered, through its investigation of the Benghazi attack, that Hillary Clinton had used a personal email account for diplomatic business while serving as secretary of state.
“Without access to the relevant electronic information and stored data on the server — which was reportedly registered to her home — there is no way the Committee, or anyone else, can fully explain why the Committee uncovered two email addresses,” Jamal D. Ware, communications director for the Select Committee on Benghazi said in a statement Wednesday.