No, Bill Clinton should not have met with Loretta Lynch. The attorney general regrets meeting with former President Bill Clinton in the middle of his wife's email situation. Loretta Lynch said that they talked about grandchildren and golf and that it was purely a social meeting. However, because of their meeting, Lynch's department may not be able to conduct a fair investigation into Hillary Clinton's email scandals.
Bill Clinton should not have met with Attorney General Loretta Lynch at the airport for a private meeting. Lynch overseas the FBI which is investigating Hillary Clinton for using a private email server. Therefore, Bill Clinton could have used this meeting to persuade Lynch not to indict Hillary if the FBI uncovers any wrongdoing. Furthermore, this meeting gives the appearance of a conflict of interest between Clinton and Lynch.
No, Bill Clinton should not have met with Loretta Lynch. It has the air of impropriety. Even if they only spoke about their grandchildren, no one really knows their topic of conversation. As the spouse of a presidential candidate that lives with heavy speculation daily, and is living under a microscope, Bill Clinton should have known better. If they had hoped to not make their meeting public, they failed. The American people can only speculate as to what was talked about and if certain favors were asked of the Attorney General. There is the possibility of an outcry from the American population that Lynch must now recuse herself from the case against Hillary Clinton. The feeds the fodder for scandals and does not bode well for the democratic nominee for President.
No, Bill Clinton should not have met privately with Loretta Lynch. Since his wife, Hillary Clinton, is currently under a possible criminal investigation into how she handled her emails while she was the secretary of state, Bill Clinton's meeting was highly improper. The meeting makes it appear that he was attempting to influence Lynch about her charging decision.