Jordan Sekulow: Documents Reveal the FBI Tried to Hide Loretta Lynch-Bill Clinton Tarmac Meeting

‘The FBI was mainly focused, when they knew about this tarmac meeting, on keeping it quiet’

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SEKULOW: "Now the documents have come in and what have we learned? The F.B.I. was mainly focused, when they knew about this tarmac meeting, on keeping it quiet. They did not want people to know about the meeting and they were trying to shut down an informant, someone who was talking to the press who was part of a security detail company. And they wanted to get to that individual, get them to sign a non-disclosure agreement. You know what’s interesting here, Bill? They didn’t actually care or show any concern about the actual meeting itself. So when Jim Comey said, 'Oh, that was what really drove me to take the action I did to not only announce what the F.B.I.’s findings were but also say no prosecution, because of that meeting I had to take Loretta Lynch out of it,' no F.B.I. officials, Bill, had any concern about the meeting. They just didn’t want people to know about it." 

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