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Dagen McDowell applauded a decision by a federal judge who ordered the State Department resume its search for emails relevant to the Benghazi terror attack of 2012.

Judge Amit Mehta, an Obama appointee, said State did not "fulfill its duty in properly searching for all relevant documents" involving Huma Abedin and Hillary Clinton.

"The loved ones of those four people who died deserve rigorous honesty," McDowell said of the families of J. Christopher Stevens, Tyrone Woods, Sean Smith and Glen Doherty.

McDowell said the families were lied to by Clinton about the incident. 

Smith's mother, Patricia, said Clinton "lied to her face" when she went to recover her son's remains at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware.

"They deserve every leaf be turned over," McDowell said of the families. "It's shameful this has not happened [to date]."

Clinton supporter David Goodfriend said the judge is doing his job, and warned that this development should convince Trump supporters to similarly accept the fact Robert Mueller is probing the president's campaign.

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