When former deputy assistant secretary of state Raymond Maxwell gave his account of an after-hours document-sorting session in the basement of the State Department after the Benghazi terrorist attacks, it hit home with one former federal official in particular. Sonya Gilliam had once been mired in her own nightmare at the Commerce Department where she says White House officials obstructed and destroyed key documents in an investigation. And one person in particular was named by both Maxwell and Gilliam as being involved: Cheryl Mills, the former chief of staff to Hillary Clinton and former deputy White House counsel to Bill Clinton.
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Emmy-Award Winning Investigative Journalist, New York Times Best Selling Author, Host of Sinclair's Full Measure