Lynch: So, Bill, how's the wife?
Clinton: Unindicted, last I checked.
Lynch: Good for her! https://t.co/1SbnC1JIMb
— John Hayward (@Doc_0) June 29, 2016
Well, isn’t this interesting?
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) June 29, 2016
More from ABC 15 Phoenix:
Amid an ongoing investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of email and hours before the public release of the Benghazi report, US Attorney General Loretta Lynch met privately with former President Bill Clinton.
Coincidence, no doubt.
So what, exactly, did they talk about? You just don't have casual meetings on an airport runway for a half-hour. https://t.co/cAODJzZwLH
— Jimmie (@jimmiebjr) June 29, 2016
“Our conversation was a great deal about grandchildren, it was primarily social about our travels and he mentioned golf he played in Phoenix,” said Lynch Tuesday afternoon while speaking at the Phoenix Police Department.
Sources say the private meeting at the airport lasted around 30 minutes.
A 30-minute conversation about golf and grandkids and travel? And that’s all? Yeah, OK. Sounds legit. Definitely no red flags there.
Lynch said they only discussed golf & grandchildren. For 30 minutes. That's believable, right? https://t.co/Z1yiJeprjX
— Steel Magnolia (@Southrngirl77) June 29, 2016
AG investigating HRC’s emails met will Bill on a plane to discuss “golf and grandchildren”.
Who believes that?https://t.co/unNFpWZwHx
— Taylor Brooks (@taylorbrooks) June 29, 2016
@HeyTammyBruce "a great deal" about his grandchildren; "primarily" social; "mentioned" the golf he played
I can hear what Lynch isn't saying
— Keely (@uhohkeelysawake) June 29, 2016
@jaketapper Avoiding even the appearance of impropriety should have been an important consideration…
— Steve Rubick (@stu9402) June 29, 2016
— Tim Stoesz (@StoeszTim) June 29, 2016
What’s that idea Hillary likes to bring up? That even the “appearance of impropriety” damages the system? https://t.co/iIOTLmcPtM
— Charles C. W. Cooke (@charlescwcooke) June 29, 2016
There’s more than an appearance of impropriety here. It’s downright glaring.
— drew (@mpolo1783) June 29, 2016
@jaketapper this is why people believe that our government is rigged for the wealthy & powerful
— commonsense (@commonsense258) June 29, 2016
— John Henry (@j_henry2) June 29, 2016
— Joel Engel (@joelengel) June 29, 2016