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In an exclusive Kelly File interview, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) said there's "no reason in the world" that the FBI's interviews in the Hillary Clinton email investigation are not available to the public.

The former chairman of the Select Committee on Benghazi was permitted to review FBI documents related to the investigation.

"You and your viewers should be able to read summaries of these witness interviews," he said.

Gowdy also said there weren't "that many questions" asked of the witnesses about the issue of intent, which was the key element required for an indictment.

He said that some of the information in the emails was so sensitive that members of Congress couldn't even see the identities of the people who sent them.

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