Lynch Denies She Made Assurances to Clinton Camp About Email Probe
Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch is denying allegations she assured the Clinton campaign that the FBI's email server investigation would not go too far.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is investigating a document which alleges Lynch contacted Amanda Renteria, a Clinton campaign operative.
"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," Lynch's spokesman countered.
In testimony before a House committee last year, Lynch stated she had not spoken to any members of the campaign or anyone affiliated with the campaign during the investigation.
Lynch is expected to be called before the Senate panel to testify on the matter.
Mercedes Schlapp and Juan Williams reacted this morning, with Williams pointing out the dubious nature of the document in question.
Schlapp, however, noted that former FBI Director James Comey testified that he was concerned when Lynch instructed him to refer to the email probe as a "matter" rather than as an investigation.
She added that Democrats have also acknowledged concerns about Lynch's actions.
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