Trey Gowdy calls the email by Ben Rhodes a ‘compelling piece of evidence’ that shows the White House was more interested in ‘spinning their policy’ than they were about telling the truth to the American people. And while he says this email confirms the suspicions of Congress that it was the White House pushing the ‘video’ narrative, Gowdy is clearly upset that Congress (read ‘Boehner’) isn’t doing it’s job to get these emails that a private entity is getting:
But Bill, Congress didn’t get this email and that’s the point that I would stress to you and your viewers. This email came because of a court action by a private entity. After 20 months, Congress still doesn’t have all the emails and apparently we’re not willing to do anything to force the administration to give us these emails.
How many more emails are there like this? And is it going to be another 20 months before we get those?
He elaborates more below: