David Axelrod: Loretta Lynch & Bill Clinton Meeting Was ‘Poor Judgment’

‘They should have avoided that situation’


AXELROD: "It's just that in this case, he should have exercised some restraint or someone traveling with him should have said Mr. President, maybe we should say hello and move on. The attorney general -- apparently, it was 108 degrees, why don't we step on the plane. The fact that a quick hello turned into a 30 minute conversation is also characteristic of Bill Clinton, who is a character. So I don't put too much to it, but I do think that it was bad judgment on both their parts."

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