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Is the meeting between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch before the Benghazi report was released significant?

  • Looks like Bill Clinton has something to hide

    Former President Bill Clinton and Attorney General Loretta Lynch met secretly before the Benghazi report was released. This is very significant because the fact that the two met together indicates that Bill Clinton was attempting to do some damage control and perhaps even alter the content of the report itself.

  • Yes, it is significant.

    The meeting between Bill Clinton and Lorretta Lynch implies some sort of conspiracy about the Benghazi report. While there may not have been anything conspiratorial discussed in the meeting, the fact that it happened could have a significant effect on the upcoming presidential election because of its suspicious nature and the need for transparency.

  • The meeting between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch before the Benghazi report release is significant.

    The meeting between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch before the Benghazi report release is significant. The Attorney General Loretta Lynch who is the authority to authorize criminal prosecutions, having a private thirty minute meeting with Bill Clinton on her airplane is not a simple matter. Since Hillary Clinton is associated with the Benghazi disaster and is under investigation this meeting raises serious questions.

  • No, that would be drawing conlucsions with no factual basis.

    No, the meeting between Bill Clinton and Loretta Lynch before the release of the Benghazi report held no significance. Loretta Lynch was previously a staffer for Former President Bill Clinton, for many years. I believe that a conversation between former professional colleagues holds no, "hidden significance". At this point every detail surrounding the Benghazi scandal has been combed trough for two years, at the cost of $7 million dollars, by Republican representatives such as Trey Gowdy, with no new information to show for it. I believe any relevant conversations have been thoroughly investigated, and I don't believe that a conversation between a former president and his staffer holds any continuing influence on this unfortunate scenario.


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