Fitton: DOJ Still in 'Cover-Up Mode' on Lynch-Clinton Tarmac Meeting
The Department of Justice is still in "cover-up mode" on former Attorney General Loretta Lynch's infamous tarmac meeting with former President Bill Clinton, according to Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton.
Lynch on Monday will speak to "NBC Nightly News" host Lester Holt about the 2016 meeting, which occurred while Hillary Clinton was being investigated for her use of a private email server while secretary of state, raising questions of possible collusion between the Justice Department and the Clintons.
"We still don't have a full explanation from either her or Bill Clinton about what went on," Fitton said on "Fox & Friends." "The Justice Department was a mess under Loretta Lynch. This meeting was an example of the way it bent over backwards -- both in appearance and in fact -- on behalf of Hillary Clinton and the Clinton regime."
He added that the Justice Department and the FBI have not been forthcoming with unredacted documents related to the meeting, and Judicial Watch is fighting to get to the bottom of it.
"It's still cover-up mode on this meeting, which is very interesting," Fitton said. "Why hasn't Loretta Lynch been called to Congress or before a grand jury in a significant way about this?"
He said that Lynch has many questions to answer, not only about the tarmac meeting but also about her potential involvement in unmaskings of Trump associates and abuse of the FISA warrant system.
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