Rep. Susan Brooks is using a collection of emails as a way to suggest that the Obama administration and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton lost interest in Libya in the months before to deadly attacks in Benghazi in September 2012.
At a House committee hearing on Benghazi, the Indiana Republican is brandishing two piles of printed emails that she says show messages related to Benghazi and Libya.
Brooks says he pile from 2011 has 795 emails, and the pile from 2012 has 67 emails.
Here's what Brooks is telling Clinton: "I can only conclude by your own records a lack of interest in Libya in 2012."
Clinton denies there was any diminished interest in Libya. She says most of her work wasn't done by email, but in personal meetings and briefings, secure telephone calls, diplomatic cables and other types of communication.
Clinton says she didn't even have a computer on her desk.