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Will the Attorney General open a criminal investigation on the classified emails...?


The inspectors general for the State Department and intelligence community recently disclosed that an internal review of Clinton's system concluded some emails contained classified information. Attorney General, Loretta Lynch and her department must now determine what to do next. (ABC News) Given her close association as the presidents friend-in-chief (60 Minutes words,, not mine) will she stop the investigation, or will she somehow sweep this matter under the rug and risk the backlash?

 

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    Yves (savvydating) 18 months ago

    Not only is she a crook, she's a smug, haughty crook. Well, Lynch will still have to take the heat...


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    Yves (savvydating) 18 months ago

    Lolita....She may even be an impeached president, not that that would bother her. But it would be rather ironic.....following in her husbands footsteps and all that.

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    Yves (savvydating) 18 months ago

    Most likely Old Poolman. Whatever Obama says goes, even if it makes Lynch's life miserable. That's the price of being "1st friend." But even on the chance H is indicted, Obama would pardon her, but... an indictment is still something.