After having a private meeting with former President Bill Clinton, Attorney General Loretta Lynch now regrets it.
It’s pretty easy to see why. After all, Bill could be a potential witness in the FBI investigation regarding Hillary’s emails.
From Daily Caller:
Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Friday that she “completely” gets why people raised “questions and concerns” about her meeting with Bill Clinton in a private plane in Phoenix earlier this week, adding: “I certainly wouldn’t do it again.”
Speaking at the Aspen Ideas Festival in Colorado, Lynch was asked by the Washington Post’s Jonathan Capehart “what on earth were you thinking” by meeting with the former president, whose wife is under criminal investigation by the FBI.
Acknowledging that it was the “question of the day” Lynch said, “I think that’s a perfectly reasonable question… because people have also wondered and raised questions about my role in the ultimate resolution of matters involving the investigation into the State Department e-mails.”
“And to the extent that people have questions about that, about my role in that, certainly my meeting with him raises questions and concerns, and so believe me, I completely get that question, and I think it is the question of the day,” Lynch said.
We all know the meeting should have never happened to begin with.
This is just another instance of Democrat politics at its finest.