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Senate committee starts probe on campaign collusion — between Lynch and Clinton

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You want collusion? Lookee over here.

During the entire five months President Trump has been in office, the FBI and two congressional committees have been looking onto the possibility that collusion existed between his election campaign and the Kremlin.

Like the Ford Motor Company, the Senate Judiciary Committee has a better idea.

A bipartisan group of committee members is probing former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s interference on behalf of Trump’s rival — former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the FBI’s criminal investigation into her email scandal.

The group is specifically honing in on Lynch’s communications with Clinton campaign aide Amanda Renteria as well as any information as to what, if any, investigation the FBI conducted into their communications, according to ABC News, which reported:

The letters, sent Thursday, are signed by Senate Judiciary Chairman Charles Grassley, Ranking Democrat Dianne Feinstein, as well as Sens. Lindsey Graham and Sheldon White House, the chair and ranker on the subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism.

The senators question Open Society Foundations’ Leonard Benardo and its General Counsel Gail Scovell, as well as Renteria and Lynch, about a May 24 story from the Washington Post that reported Lynch assured Renteria that she would not let the FBI investigation into Clinton go too far. Lynch declined to comment at the time.

 

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz reportedly wrote an email recounting the Lynch-Renteria communication while she was still chair=woman of the Democratic National Committee.

If Lynch didn’t know already, social media told her that she has some splaining to do.

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Earlier this week Judicial Watch’s request for Susan Rice’s unmasking material was denied, because the information requested was “removed to Obama Library.”

The question is, What library? Except on possibly an architect’s drafting table, it doesn’t exist.

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