Loretta Lynch speaks out on allegations

The Senate Judiciary Committe launched a new probe into former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s connections to the Clinton campaign on June 22, after learning about a document exposing Lynch as promising the Clinton campaign that she wouldn’t allow the FBI to  “go too far” in their investigation of Clinton.

The allegation was that Lynch made the statement to former Clinton campaign aide, Amanda Renteria.

Now Lynch’s lawyer, Robert Raben, has sent a letter to leaders of the Judiciary panel, saying Lynch “intends to cooperate fully,” and denied that Lynch ever spoke with the aide or promised to shield Clinton:

“Ms. Lynch does not know Ms. Renteria, did not discuss the Clinton email investigation with Ms. Renteria, and did not communicate to Ms. Renteria, either in words or in substance, that ‘she would not let the FBI investigation into Clinton go too far,’

“Likewise, to the best of her knowledge and recollection, neither Ms. Lynch nor any representative of the Office of the Attorney General discussed the Clinton email investigation with Ms. Renteria, Representative Wasserman Schultz or her staff, or any DNC official.”

The Senate Judiciary Committee has asked some tough, probing questions of Ms. Lynch about her communications with the Clinton campaign and the FBI. At issue is whether she colluded with the FBI to shield Clinton, or interfered in the investigation surrounding Hillary Clinton’s email case.

Still unexplained is why Bill Clinton met with Loretta Lynch for 30 minutes aboard her plane on the tarmac at the Phoenix airport.

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