Update: Loretta Lynch to Appear Before House Committees in Closed-Door Interview Next Week


Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch

Obama’s corrupt former Attorney General Loretta Lynch will appear in a closed-door interview on Capitol Hill as part of joint investigation with the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee into the handling of the Clinton email investigation.

Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee subpoenaed Loretta Lynch on Thanksgiving along with fired FBI Director James Comey.

Comey gave a testimony to the Committees on Friday, however he was defiant in his interview with GOP lawmakers and said he “didn’t remember” 71 times, “didn’t know” 166 times and said “I don’t recall” 8 times.

Comey will return to Capitol Hill on December 17th for a second interview with GOP lawmakers.

Fox News was told that Loretta Lynch will also be on Capitol Hill the week of December 17th, however; the exact date has not been set. Lynch’s interview will be a closed Session like Comey, reported Fox News’ Chad Pergram.

On Friday, GOP lawmakers grilled James Comey about why he usurped then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and publicly exonerated Hillary Clinton during a July 5th presser.

Comey insisted he gave the presser because he didn’t want the appearance of bias given Loretta Lynch, just days prior had met with Bill Clinton on a Phoenix tarmac while his wife, who was running against Trump, was under investigation by the DOJ/FBI.


The entirety of the conversation between then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch and Bill Clinton has not been disclosed, although the two maintain they only discussed ‘golf and grandkids.’

Loretta Lynch also came under fire when she admitted that she told Comey to called the Hillary email investigation a “matter,” – further confirming the investigation was rigged.

The Republicans ran the clock out and waited until the last minute to interview Comey and Lynch.

Lynch will do exactly what Comey did and refuse to answer questions next week and there will be no more time to bring her in for additional questioning because the Democrats take back control of the House on January 3rd.

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