Lynch Says She Expects to Accept FBI Advice on Clinton E-Mails

  • U.S. attorney general stops short of recusing herself in case
  • Lynch’s meeting with Bill Clinton sparked Republican rebukes

Lynch on Bill Clinton Meeting, Criminal Justice Reform

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said she expects to accept the recommendations of prosecutors and FBI investigators on whether to bring charges after their probe into Hillary Clinton’s personal e-mail server, while acknowledging that her meeting on Monday with Bill Clinton “cast a shadow” on the inquiry.

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