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Attorney General Loretta Lynch insisted there would be “no conflict of interest” as it pertains to her department’s investigation into Hillary Clinton despite her boss, President Obama‘s, endorsement of the candidate.
“We’ve got career agents and lawyers looking at that. They will follow the facts and follow the evidence wherever it leads and come to a conclusion,” she told Chris Wallace during an appearance on Fox News Sunday. “This is not a conflict for me or for the department or for anyone.”
Social media users were more than sceptical of her claim.
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— herself311 (@herself311) June 19, 2016
@FoxNewsInsider. She is in Obama’s pocket and will squelch HRC criminal investigation.
— Ron Kuhn (@pittbubba) June 19, 2016
— Michelle (@WidowedOrphan) June 19, 2016
@pikester45 @FoxNewsInsider May as well’ve asked “If you could be a tree, what kind of tree would …?” At least make her “go off script”.
— Chris Clinkinbeard (@Clinkin53) June 19, 2016
@FoxNewsInsider Did anyone on this planet expect to get a straight answer to any question, all responses were well rehearsed talking points.
— Steve Houser (@Stephen_Houser) June 19, 2016
@FoxNewsInsider As if she would answer that honestly. Lol!
— passion flower (@pikester45) June 19, 2016
@FoxNewsInsider Surprised she didn’t take the Fifth like most Obama administration
— watchmen-news (@watchmennews) June 19, 2016
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