Clinton questioned on lack of Libya emails in 2012

Hillary Clinton told the Benghazi Select Committee that she did not conduct most of her business as secretary of state over email.

Rep. Susan Brooks, R-Ind., said Clinton sent and received 795 emails about Libya in 2011, but only 67 in 2012, the year the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi was attacked.

Stacking hard copies of the emails in question on the dais before her during a House Select Committee on Benghazi Thursday, Brooks questioned the former secretary on why she seemingly paid little attention to Libya the year of the attack.

"I can only conclude by your own records that there was a lack of interest in 2012," Brooks said.