Rendell: Lynch/Clinton Meeting a ‘Mistake in Judgement’ But ‘There Was No Hanky-Panky’

‘But we have to take a deep breath and understand that if there was anything nefarious going on, they wouldn’t have done it on an airplane in public view’

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RENDELL: "It was a mistake in judgment, but we have to take a deep breath and understand that if there was anything nefarious going on, they wouldn’t have done it on an airplane in public view. They’d do it over the telephone. I mean, let’s get serious. I’m sure the conference first of all, I’m 100% belief in attorney general lynch’s integrity, I’m sure she’s telling the truth, but just common sense would tell grow they were going to have a nefarious conversation, they wouldn’t do it in public. We should all shake our heads and say there was no hanky-panky going on."

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