- Bill Clinton had a private meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch at an airport in Pheonix on Monday.
- Reporters asked Lynch about the suspicious meeting to which she said the conversation centered around “his grandchildren.”
- Many believe that this could cause Senator John Cornyn from Texas to be handed command over the Hillary Email Server investigation.
Apparently, Bill Clinton decided to “drop in” on Attorney General Loretta Lynch, while they were both at an airport in Pheonix on Monday.
People are raising an eyebrow at the suspicious meeting.
Bill Clinton was supposedly waiting to leave the state when he went onboard Lynch’s government aircraft, shortly after she landed. The conversations that went on inside the aircraft are unknown, although, Lynch did later tell reporters that the center of the conversation revolved around “his grandchildren.”
“It was primarily social and about our travels,” Lynch went on to say “There was no discussion of any matter pending for the department or any matter pending for any other body.”
We are all well aware of the investigation that the FBI and The Justice Department are conducting on the use of Hillary’s private email server for classified information. It is unknown yet whether Hillary has interviewed by the FBI or Justice Department, but at the moment there has been no discussion of it. Yet, it is clear that Hillary is trying to juggle all her balls in the air at once, and the looming email scandal overhead doesn’t help.
Reporters have asked Lynch about the suspicious looking meeting with Bill on in her government aircraft, and the conflict of interest that could arise from such a meeting. Lynch assured the reporter that the State Department is doing everything that they can and that the agents who are investigating the scandal are agents “who always follow the facts and the law and do the same thorough independent examination in this matter that they’ve done in all” matters.
Yet, some people think that the meeting could prompt Senator John Cornyn from Texas to lead the investigation with other congressional Republicans. This would keep the investigation out of command of the State Department.