But maybe the putative next president of the United States was absent that day:
House Republicans on Wednesday released the subpoena they issued in early March for emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server, a day after Clinton said she had not been subpoenaed for the documents.
Clinton said on CNN Tuesday that “I’ve never had a subpoena.” A transcript of her remarks is available here.
That drew a rebuke from Trey Gowdy, the GOP chairman of the House Select Committee on Benghazi, who said the need to “correct the inaccuracy” led him to break with his practice of not releasing subpoenas the panel has issued.
“The committee immediately subpoenaed Clinton personally after learning the full extent of her unusual email arrangement with herself, and would have done so earlier if the State Department or Clinton had been forthcoming that State did not maintain custody of her records and only Secretary Clinton herself had her records when Congress first requested them,” Gowdy said in a statement.
Then again, maybe the putative next president of the United States is just being dishonest. Again.