COVER UP? Loretta Lynch Used Email Alias After Private Runway Meeting With Bill Clinton

When Loretta Lynch was still attorney general, you may recall that she had a suspicious meeting with Bill Clinton on a plane. They claimed they were just talking about their grandchildren. But if that was true, why did Lynch use an email alias to communicate with the White House after the meeting in order to coordinate talking points?

The Daily Caller reports:

Here Is The Alias Email Account Loretta Lynch Used As Attorney General

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Like her predecessor, Eric Holder, former Attorney General Loretta Lynch used an email alias to conduct government business, The Daily Caller has confirmed.

Several of Lynch’s emails were included in 413 pages of DOJ documents provided to the conservative groups Judicial Watch and the American Center for Law and Justice. Both groups had filed lawsuits for records regarding Lynch’s controversial meeting with President Bill Clinton at the Phoenix airport last June 27.

Using the pseudonym “Elizabeth Carlisle,” Lynch corresponded with DOJ press officials to hammer out talking points in response to media requests about the meeting. The tarmac encounter drew criticism from conservatives because Lynch was overseeing the federal investigation into whether Hillary Clinton mishandled classified information on her private email system.

The meeting was revealed not by Lynch, Clinton or the Justice Department, but by a reporter in Phoenix working based on a tip.

Read the whole thing here.

Will the media stop obsessing about Russia long enough to report this story?

It seems like kind of a big deal.

 

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