President Trump: Loretta Lynch Gave Hillary Clinton a "Free Pass"

While Trump has disputed reports about claims by former FBI director James Comey - who told the Senate last week he believes Trump fired him because he refused to drop the Russian Federation investigation - the president has also tried to shift the focus to Comey's criticism of Lynch.

He continued, "And then the capper was - and I'm not picking on the attorney general, Loretta Lynch, who I like very much - but her meeting with President Clinton on that airplane was the capper for me".

While most Republicans in Congress said little about Mr. Trump's criticism of Mueller, other supporters echoed the President's concerns.

July 6th: Ms. Lynch accepted the recommendations of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and declined to charge Mrs. Clinton. We all have bosses and we've all rolled our eyes and did what we had to do at one time or another. Isn't it time we know what really happened on that Phoenix tarmac and whether or not it related back to the FBI's investigation into Mrs. Clinton?

During his May 3, 2017 testimony on the Clinton email investigation, former FBI Director James Comey said he was uncomfortable with a number of then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch's actions during the Clinton investigation. Comey testified that he was concerned that Lynch urged him to refer to the investigation into Clinton's emails a "matter" instead of an "investigation".

We're at a point now where we are witnessing bipartisan support to hear from Ms.

The anonymous sources report that Comey privately informed lawmakers of a second conversation with Lynch just before the email investigation was shut down.

The latter event was revealed by Comey during his June 8 testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee.

"I think we need to know more about that, and there's only one way to know about it, and that's to have the judiciary committee take a look at that", she said.

On its face, the request by Ms.

Varney asked Harrington how likely it is that Lynch testifies. While attempting, at the very least, to protect the reputation of Mrs. Clinton during the FBI's criminal investigation, Ms. If they are true, the Obama administration interfered with a criminal investigation into the Democratic candidate for president and shielded that candidate from potential prosecution for political purposes - to help her win an election. Lynch's testimony is sure to be crucial in the unraveling of truth about what really happened a year ago between Mr. Comey, Ms.

He called the campaign's account of FBI investigations "inaccurate".

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