In the course of the investigation into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, serious questions have been raised about the possibility that former Attorney General Loretta Lynch may have engaged in wrongdoing with regard to the FBI's criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton's e-mails.
That testimony occurred during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing. The alleged document was first reported by The New York Times, which quoted sources saying that the Federal Bureau of Investigation possessed information that the alleged Lynch document had been hacked by Russian intelligence, leading Comey to fear that Moscow could leak the document to call into question the independence of the Clinton e-mail probe.
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"During your time in the Justice Department, did you ever have communications with Rep. Wasserman Schultz, her staff, her associates, or any other current or former DNC officials about the Clinton email investigation?" Crime and Terrorism Subcommittee Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C, and Ranking Member Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., also attached their names.
"Still, the document, according to The Washington Post, factored into then-FBI Director James Comey's controversial decision to publicly announce the end of the Clinton email investigation - without discussing it in advance with Lynch", CBS News writes. Amanda Renteria, the person Lynch allegedly told, says she doesn't know Lynch and has never spoken to her.
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The group is seeking details about Lynch's communication with a Clinton campaign aide, Amanda Renteria, as well as copies of documents and information about whether the FBI investigated the alleged communication.
All were also asked whether they had been contacted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation under Comey regarding the allegations or provided them with any documents pertaining to the communications.
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He told the committee that he was concerned over the former attorney general telling the FBI to refer to the Clinton investigation as a "matter", not an investigation, which resembled the Clinton campaign line. When he approached the former attorney general, he was all but thrown out of her office without a response. The bipartisan inquiry comes as the Judiciary Committee is examining the circumstances surrounding the removal of James Comey as FBI Director.