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While the country awaits a possible criminal indictment for Hillary Clinton based on her illegal email practices as the Secretary of State, Judge Andrew Napolitano is blasting Attorney General Loretta Lynch for changing course in her career.
On a segment for Fox News, Napolitano praised Lynch in her early career, describing her as fair and untainted by political pressures. Now, though, Napolitano says Lynch is “obviously” influenced by politics in her role as chief prosecutor in the country, specifically in Clinton’s email scandal.
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“When Attorney General Lynch was the United States attorney for the eastern district, Brooklyn, she was terrific,” said Napolitano. “She didn’t play political games, she got very high marks.”
“Now that she’s inside that hot-house of the beltway, she’s obviously caught on to the politics,” Napolitano said. “For her to say ‘I’ve never talked about this’ is simply not believable.'”
“What I want to know is, when are you going to present this to a grand jury,” asked Napolitano. “Before the democrats meet in Philadelphia or after?”
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