Loretta Lynch tries to laugh off Clinton meeting, but social media doesn’t think it’s funny

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After Loretta Lynch met with former President Bill Clinton for about thirty minutes while his wife Hillary is being investigated by the FBI, the US Department of Justice Attorney General is now laughing the matter off.

When asked about the incident at the Aspen Ideas Festival, Lynch seemed to just shrug at the unethical meeting and said she simply wouldn’t do it again.

But not many on social media agreed with Lynch. For the most part, no one thought it was a laughing matter. 

In the next breath, though, Lynch dropped a bombshell, saying that she would “accept” the FBI’s recommendations on whether or not to indict Hillary Clinton in the email scandal. 

Lynch, however, may have already squashed her reputation, as Twitter users didn’t seem to be buying her claim.  

Read more about the controversy here:

AG Loretta Lynch meets with Bill Clinton privately on her plane, claims it was all innocent chit-chat

FBI reportedly ordered media to STAY AWAY from Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch meeting

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