Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at the Democratic National Committee's Women's Leadership Forum's 22nd annual conference in Washington October 23, 2015. REUTERS/Gary Cameron
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Hillary Rodham Clinton turned an 11-hour congressional grilling into a campaign call to action on foreign policy, using a make-or-break appearance before the Republican-led Benghazi committee to display a commanding, presidential presence under a barrage of questions.During Thursday's hearing, Clinton watched with a bemused smile as the committee's Republican chairman and top Democratic member heatedly argued about making public the panel's earlier private hearings.Republicans touched on a wide range of issues, from the U.S. role in Libya and how the Obama administration initially portrayed the attacks, to the dozens of emails Clinton received from longtime political confidant Sidney Blumenthal.But the hearing surfaced little new information and landed no blows to her presidential aspirations, leaving Republicans without a memorable moment to promote as Clinton approaches the first primary contests.
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