FBI forced to admit it has 30 documents on Lynch-Clinton tarmac meeting

FBI forced to admit it has 30 documents on Lynch-Clinton tarmac meeting

[Ed. – As Debra Heine says, that’s a LOT of documents for a brief meeting in a plane on a tarmac.  A competent comedian could make fun of that all night long.]

The FBI has been forced to admit that it has 30 documents pertaining to that June 2016 meeting between Bill Clinton and former attorney general Loretta Lynch on the tarmac in Phoenix, after originally claiming to have no such documents.

(That seems like a lot of docs for a chance, innocuous meeting about grandkids and golf, doesn’t it?)

The FBI admitted to having the Clinton-Lynch tarmac docs only after conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch caught the bureau hiding them in another lawsuit. The FBI is asking for six weeks to produce the documents.

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The new docs are being sent to Judicial Watch in response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit.

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