On Thursday, Hillary Clinton appeared before the House Benghazi committee to examine emails and other information that might provide more insight into September 11, 2012 attack that led to the murder of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans.

Rep. Susan Brooks (R-Ind.) focused on emails Clinton sent and received during her tenure as Secretary of State. Where Clinton received daily, and at times hourly updates, on Benghazi in 2011, these reports seemed to have dropped off in 2012 leading up to the attack on September 11.

Brooks also asked Clinton how long the late Ambassador Stevens was meant to stay in the area. Though Clinton answered that there was no established timeline for his mission, Rep. Brooks pulled an email from longtime Clinton aide Huma Abedin, allegedly indicating that Stevens was meant to be in the area initially for thirty days.

Watch the entire hearing here.

Watch this congresswoman grill Hillary over this big problem with her Benghazi emails Screenshot, C-SPAN
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