Former Attorney General Loretta Lynch met with members of the House Intelligence Committee on Friday as part of the probe looking into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
Lynch is one of several former Obama officials who have been called to Congress for closed-door questioning over the Russia accusations.
But sources close to the investigation told Fox News that questions over her infamous tarmac meeting with President Bill Clinton also may have been on the agenda. That June 27, 2016 meeting with Clinton on an airport tarmac in Phoenix raised questions about whether Lynch – or the Justice Department – could be impartial in the Hillary Clinton email investigation.
Days after the tarmac meeting, then-FBI director James Comey called Hillary Clinton’s actions “extremely careless” but did not seek criminal charges.
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