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Lynch: Obama’s Comments Won’t Influence Clinton Email Investigation

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Obama-appointee and Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Tuesday that President Obama’s remarks on the Hillary Clinton email controversy would have “no influence or bearing” on the investigation into her email use.

The president had said “This is not a situation where America’s national security was endangered” in reference to Clinton exposing classified information via her private email server. Obama had previously declared both Chelsea Manning and Edward Snowden guilty long before the former came to trial, and while the latter is still in exile abroad.

Only Hillary apparently is innocent (until proven not guilty as Obama has “predicted.”)

Attorney General Lynch made the remarks at a hearing of the House Committee on the Judiciary after she was asked by Chairman Bob Goodlatte about Obama’s judge-and-jury statement.

Goodlatte pointed to the investigation into the IRS targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status, and said that after Obama had said on there was “not a smidgen of corruption” at the IRS, no charges were filed in relation to the scandal. “Should we expect that when the FBI finishes its investigation of this matter that no charges will be filed? Does the department allow statements by the president to dictate its investigative practices?” Goodlatte asked Lynch.

Lynch responded by saying the department reviews evidence and applies the law based on that evidence. “With respect to the president’s comments, they have no influence or bearing on how the department manages these matters.”


Goodlatte asked if, in Lynch’s view, it was inappropriate “for the president to once again inject his personal views into an ongoing FBI investigation.”

“Mr. Chairman, I really don’t have a comment on the president’s expression of his views,” Lynch said.