Clinton/Lynch private meeting is suspicious
Bill Clinton, former Attorney General of Arkansas, whose wife and foundation were both currently under separate investigation by the Attorney General of the United States, has a private meeting with Loretta Lynch, Attorney General of the United States, whose department was conducting the investigations.
Why, with their legal backgrounds, is there no sense of impropriety on either party?
He should not have asked for the meeting, and she should have refused to meet with him. Are we to expect they met to discuss the weather?
It is another great example why so many Americans, be they Republican, Democrat, Independent or other, are so disenchanted with their government.
Sanford E. Deyo