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Trump Accuses Former Attorney General Lynch of ‘Illegal’ Behavior

President Donald Trump took the gloves off Tuesday morning and accused former Attorney General Loretta Lynch of illegally giving Hillary Clinton “protection” during the investigation into the Democrat presidential nominee’s private email server.

“A.G. Lynch made law enforcement decisions for political purposes … gave Hillary Clinton a free pass and protection. Totally illegal!” Trump tweeted.

The president’s statements come after former FBI Director James Comey’s testified before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.

Comey raised eyebrows during his testimony when he revealed that he felt “queasy” after Lynch directed him to call the probe into Clinton’s private email server a “matter,” instead of an “investigation.”

“At one point the attorney general had directed me to not to call it an investigation, but instead to call it a matter, which confused me and concerned me,” Comey said of his interactions with Lynch.

Comey said Lynch’s request gave him the “impression” the head of the the DOJ was trying to use terminology favored by Clinton, considering that the Clinton campaign preferred the use of “matter” over “investigation.”

“I don’t know whether it was intentional or not,” Comey said. “But it gave the impression that the attorney general was trying to align how we describe our work with the way it was being described in a political campaign.”

“It was inaccurate. We had an investigation open for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, we had an investigation open at the time. That gave me a queasy feeling.”

Comey said that was only one of the instances of Lynch’s concerning conduct that led him to assume the role of a prosecutor in recommending no charges against Clinton for her use of a private email server during his July 5 press conference.

Sen. Richard Burr R-N.C., asked Comey during Thursday’s hearing to clarify if his decision to assume the role of the prosecutor had anything to do with her spontaneous airport tarmac meeting with former President Bill Clinton.

“Yes, in an ultimately conclusive way,” Comey responded. “That was the thing that capped it for me, that I had to do something separately to protect the credibility of the investigation.”

Both Republicans and Democrats, including Sen. Diane Feinstein, D-Calif., are calling on Congress to investigate whether Lynch pressured Comey to provide cover for Clinton’s presidential campaign.

“I think we need to know more about that,” Feinstein said Sunday on CNN.

“And there’s only way to know about it, and that’s to have the Judiciary Committee take a look at that,” she added.