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When Attorney General Loretta Lynch met with former President Bill Clinton on the tarmac at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in June and spoke for 30 minutes, both parties insisted their discussion was purely social. Of course, that explanation did nothing to quiet suspicion as to why the two were talking privately while Hillary Clinton was under FBI investigation. Worse, as Katie noted in her report at the time, Clinton and Lynch met just hours before the final Benghazi Select Committee report was released.

 

Now, in a recent interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, Lynch is expressing "regret" over the meeting, which she said lasted longer than she anticipated.

"I do regret sitting down and having a conversation with him, because it did give people concern," she told CNN's Jake Tapper in an interview that aired Sunday on "State of the Union." "And as I said, my greatest concern has always been making sure that people understand that the Department of Justice works in a way that is independent and looks at everybody equally."

 

 

The backlash that came after the meeting was "painful," she added.

 

Lynch was also noticeably upset that the Clinton campaign had suggested the FBI's handling of Clinton's email case led to the undoing of her presidential run, particularly James Comey's decision to reopen the investigation just 11 days before the election. Lynch said she disagreed with Comey's notifying Congress about their actions, but was adamant that the FBI was not to blame for Clinton's loss last month.

 

"What we've said here is that you know we've handled the investigation in a way that was consistent with the way all investigations were handled," she said.

 

"Unusual circumstances developed."

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The shooting death of a Confederate Democrat National Socialist Committee staffer Seth Conrad Rich was a political hit. He was the source of the CDNSC emails that were leaked right before the Confederate Democratic National Socialist Convention in Philadelphia, which showed CDNSC staffers actively trying to find ways to derail the presidential campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders for Hitlery Rotten Clinton.

 

 

Seth Conrad Rich was killed after being shot multiple times on July 10 near 2100 block of Flagler Place NW in Washington D.C. He was killed around 4:30 a.m., and some could speculate that maybe this was a robbery gone wrong. The problem is that all of Rich’s belongings (watch, phone, and wallet) were still found on him—and Rich’s mother said that bruises were found on her son’s hands, face, and knees; signs that he may have fought for his life...

 

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When Attorney General Loretta Lynch met with former President Bill Clinton on the tarmac at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in June and spoke for 30 minutes, both parties insisted their discussion was purely social. Of course, that explanation did nothing to quiet suspicion as to why the two were talking privately while Hillary Clinton was under FBI investigation. Worse, as Katie noted in her report at the time, Clinton and Lynch met just hours before the final Benghazi Select Committee report was released.

 

Now, in a recent interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, Lynch is expressing "regret" over the meeting, which she said lasted longer than she anticipated.

 

"I do regret sitting down and having a conversation with him, because it did give people concern," she told CNN's Jake Tapper in an interview that aired Sunday on "State of the Union." "And as I said, my greatest concern has always been making sure that people understand that the Department of Justice works in a way that is independent and looks at everybody equally."

 

The backlash that came after the meeting was "painful," she added.

 

Lynch was also noticeably upset that the Clinton campaign had suggested the FBI's handling of Clinton's email case led to the undoing of her presidential run, particularly James Comey's decision to reopen the investigation just 11 days before the election. Lynch said she disagreed with Comey's notifying Congress about their actions, but was adamant that the FBI was not to blame for Clinton's loss last month.

 

"What we've said here is that you know we've handled the investigation in a way that was consistent with the way all investigations were handled," she said.

 

"Unusual circumstances developed."

Max is in line to take over for the resident crackpot Chooser who is close to retirement

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Lynch says she regrets tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton

Some have criticized the meeting, which came as the FBI was investigating Hitlery Rotten Clinton for her use of a private email server while serving as secretary of State...

 

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"...I'll definitely need an Airplane

and some Deep Water for this one..."

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When Attorney General Loretta Lynch met with former President Bill Clinton on the tarmac at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport in June and spoke for 30 minutes, both parties insisted their discussion was purely social. Of course, that explanation did nothing to quiet suspicion as to why the two were talking privately while Hillary Clinton was under FBI investigation. Worse, as Katie noted in her report at the time, Clinton and Lynch met just hours before the final Benghazi Select Committee report was released.

 

Now, in a recent interview with CNN's Jake Tapper, Lynch is expressing "regret" over the meeting, which she said lasted longer than she anticipated.

"I do regret sitting down and having a conversation with him, because it did give people concern," she told CNN's Jake Tapper in an interview that aired Sunday on "State of the Union." "And as I said, my greatest concern has always been making sure that people understand that the Department of Justice works in a way that is independent and looks at everybody equally."

 

 

The backlash that came after the meeting was "painful," she added.

 

Lynch was also noticeably upset that the Clinton campaign had suggested the FBI's handling of Clinton's email case led to the undoing of her presidential run, particularly James Comey's decision to reopen the investigation just 11 days before the election. Lynch said she disagreed with Comey's notifying Congress about their actions, but was adamant that the FBI was not to blame for Clinton's loss last month.

 

"What we've said here is that you know we've handled the investigation in a way that was consistent with the way all investigations were handled," she said.

 

"Unusual circumstances developed."

 

 

Libloonys think this is your work?

 

http://thehill.com/homenews/news/310936-ag-lynch-says-she-regrets-tarmac-meeting-with-bill-clinton

 

"I do regret sitting down and having a conversation with him, because it did give people concern. And as I said, my greatest concern has always been making sure that people understand that the Department of Justice works in a way that is independent and looks at everybody equally," Lynch said on CNN's "State of the Union."

 

 

Uh huh ... right.

 

So then she must have been summoned because she surely wouldn't want to give the appearance ...

 

 

"And when you do something that gives people a reason to think differently, that's a problem. It was a problem for me. It was painful for me, and so I felt it was important to clarify it as quickly and as clearly and as cleanly as possible."

 

 

... that she has no blue dress.

 

 

 

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"She's toast."

 

 

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