Senate asks Lynch to disclose Clinton email conversations
Elise Amendola / AP
The Senate Judiciary committee has asked former AG Loretta Lynch to disclose conversations she has had with two people who were implicated in the "dubious" intel that then-FBI Director James Comey relied on before announcing the Clinton investigation was over. The Judiciary Committee is now probing into both Trump and Obama administrations.
- The potentially fake report, which could be linked to Russia, alleged that then-DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz claimed in an email that Lynch told a Clinton staffer the FBI wouldn't probe too far into Clinton.
- The Judiciary committee now wants to hear about Lynch's conversations with Wasserman Schultz and that staffer.
- They also asked the staffer, Amanda Renteria, to disclose conversations she had with the FBI and Lynch about the investigation.
- And they want Lynch to disclose any conversations she had with Clinton's campaign and the DNC about the investigation.