Fox News: FBI Finds 30 New Pages on Loretta Lynch-Bill Clinton Tarmac Meeting

‘Judicial Watch saying the Feds only found the documents after the watchdog group caught the agency hiding them in another lawsuit’

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HUNTSMAN: "And the FBI finds 30 new pages of documents concerning the controversial tarmac meeting between former president Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta lynch. Judicial Watch saying the Feds only found the documents after the watchdog group caught the agency hiding them in another lawsuit. In June of 2016, Lynch met Clinton on a private plane in Phoenix. We all remember that while the F.B.I. was investigating Hillary Clinton's use of a private e-mail server. The watchdog group expects to receive the documents by the end of November."

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