Obama’s attorney general Loretta Lynch is quizzed by Congress behind closed doors over her notorious tarmac meeting with Bill Clinton during Hillary email probe

Wednesday, December 19, 2018
By Paul Martin

House Republicans called Lynch to testify during their final days of power
Lynch met with former President Clinton on a Pheonix airport tarmac in the midst of the presidential campaign
Said they discussed grandchildren but not a then-ongoing probe into Hillary Clintons emails
Lawmakers quizzed her on the tarmac meeting
Her appearance came days after former FBI Director James Comey was interviewed
Comey testified previously President Trump asked him in a private meeting if there were a way to let a probe of Gen. Mike Flynn go
Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland said two lawmakers were asleep during part of the hearing

19 December 2018

As the final days of the Republican-controlled House came to an end, former Attorney Gen. Loretta Lynch came to the Capitol under a subpoena and promptly got grilled by lawmakers about her infamous tarmac meeting with President Bill Clinton.

Lynch was in the Capitol complex under a subpoena, just days after former FBI Director James Comey gave a second interview to two GOP-run committees.

Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland told DailyMail.com that lawmakers did quiz Lynch about the tarmac meeting, but didn’t provide any details.

The behind-closed doors meeting was expected to last hours Wednesday. After arriving on Capitol Hill, she didn’t address reporters and immediately met with members of the House Judiciary and House Oversight and Government Reform Committees.

During the meeting on a Pheonix airport tarmac, Lynch, who had arrived on her own plane, met with President Bill Clinton during the heat of the 2016 presidential campaign.

Under fire afterward, she said the two did not discuss the status of the FBI’s email investigation of Hillary Clinton, which Comey announced in July 2016 did not meet the bar for prosecution.

Pressure on Lynch during the campaign ultimately persuaded Comey to on his own announce the decision not to prosecutor Clinton, rather than having the attorney general put out a statement.

He was later slammed by members of both parties for his public handling of the matter.

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