Thursday, June 30, 2016

Loretta Lynch held private talks with Bill Clinton aboard a private plane in Phoenix while her department investigates Hillary

Lynch said she and Clinton spoke a lot about his grandchildren
Lynch Clinton Meeting
Attorney General Loretta Lynch, whose agency is investigating Hillary Clinton's email practices, spent about 30 minutes meeting with President Clinton while both of them were separately passing through Phoenix.

Clinton had landed ahead of the nation's top law enforcement officer, and waited for her arrival, a local affiliate ABC15 reported.

Lynch was in town for an event on community policing.

Clinton learned of her arrival, and decided to wait so they could meet, sources told the station. 

'I did see President Clinton at the Phoenix airport as he was leaving and spoke he  to myself and my husband on the plane,' Lynch said at a press conference when asked about the prolonged chat, which took place aboard a jet on the tarmac.

But she indicated it had nothing to do with the controversies swirling around the presumptive Democratic presidential candidate. 

'Our conversation was a great deal about grandchildren, it was primarily social about our travels and he mentioned golf he played in Phoenix,' Lynch said.
Lynch's husband apparently was along for the trip as well.

The tarmac talk took place at Sky Harbor International Airport

The Monday meeting also occurred just hours before House Republicans released their report on the Benghazi attacks. 

The report was critical of Clinton's actions during the 2012 attack, although release of the report was well beyond the control of the attorney general's office.
But the two did find talk about some stunning news of the day, such as Great Britain's vote to withdrawal from Europe.
'There was no discussion on any matter pending before the Department or any matter pending with any other body,' she said. 'There was no discussion of Benghazi, no discussion of State Department emails.

'By way of example I would say it was current news of the day, the Brexit decision and what it would mean,' she said. 


Abe said...

I think you should stick to the fine task, to which you are much better suited, of disparaging Satmar and a number of other anti-semites, be they Jewish or not.

Evolution does NOT state we are descended from apes.

Have a look here:

Dusiznies said...

It seems that the Washington Post agrees with me and not with you .... the article which I linked to, understands Darwin's theory as humans descending from apes...
Darwin himself writes on page 895 of Descent "Man, as I have attempted to show, is certainly descended from some ape-like creature"
What other creature in the entire universe is "ape-like" that is not a monkey?
Darwin didn't outright write that humans are descended from apes, which he really believed, because he already had people that wanted to kill him because of his stupid ideas, so he dressed it up in words like "ape-like" ......not to sound ridiculous... he desperately wanted the academics to take him seriously ...

What he really wanted to do, is to postulate, that since humans descend from animals, then that in essence makes them animals ....and that now led to people to question the zoo keeper that killed Harambe, since we are all animals according to Darwin!

Anonymous said...

Abe, you apparently believe in evolution without a shred of believable evidence, It doean't make a difference from what we're descended, the point being that evolution doesn't accept an original human being with a soul.if that be the case, why are you upset whether it was an ape or skunk?