Trump Shines a Light on the Hillary Angle People Are Missing from Bill’s Meeting With Loretta Lynch

Donald Trump has elaborated further on his thoughts regarding the secret meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton last week.

The GOP presidential candidate’s latest remarks are likely in response to comments that Hillary Clinton made on NBC News’ “Meet the Press” earlier Sunday, in which she told host Chuck Todd that it was a “short, chance meeting at an airport tarmac” that did not include any discussion of the criminal investigation into her email usage while at State.

The former Secretary of State did add, however, that both her husband and the attorney general have admitted that:

“…They wouldn’t do it again. Hindsight is 20/20.”

Preparing to lash out into a fiery tweet storm on Saturday afternoon, Trump wrote:

He then paused for a few minutes, only to continue with:

…and after another break, came back to finish the rant with:

The meeting between Lynch and the former president, which took place Monday night aboard a parked airplane on the tarmac of Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix, quickly became controversial given the ongoing investigation into Hillary’s email usage while at State.

While Lynch quickly dismissed any talk of the probe during the 30-minute conversation with Clinton, she did agree on Friday to accept whatever recommendations she was given as far as criminal charges against the former Secretary of State in order to avoid the appearance of partisan politics headed into the 2016 presidential campaign:

Among those who hope charges are levied against Hillary is Trump, who has used the ongoing email scandal to his benefit throughout his unprecedented campaign for the White House.

After news of the illicit meeting first broke, the billionaire businessman told reporters he was stunned to learn of Clinton and Lynch’s impromptu meeting, arguing that:

“When I first heard this story, I said, ‘Oh, no, you’re kidding’. I don’t believe that, I thought somebody was joking. But it’s not a joke, it’s a serious thing…”

He was later among the first to comment on Saturday after CNN suggested that there weren’t going to be any charges brought against Hillary, tweeting:

Lynch is expected to announce whether or not any charges are to be brought against Hillary in the next few weeks, potentially before Democrats meet in Philadelphia to formally name her the party’s nominee for president this fall.

The Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are believed to be in the final stages of the months-long investigation, with the “voluntary interview” of Hillary at the FBI’s Washington, D.C., headquarters on Saturday among the final steps needed in order to make a decision.

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