Lynch action on Clinton inquiry 'totally illegal'

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Giugno 14, 2017

Former US Attorney General Michael Mukasey says President Obama may be guilty of obstruction of justice in the investigation into Hillary Clinton's email.

Ousted FBI Director James Comey told the Senate Intelligence Committee last week that he felt "queasy" after Lynch told him to characterize the probe into Clinton's email server as "a matter."

The president tweeted early Tuesday, "A.G". In his tweet, Trump claimed that Lynch "gave Hillary Clinton a free pass and protection", alleging that her actions were "Totally illegal!" Monday's decision by the court of appeals to uphold a lower court's injunction on Trump's controversial executive order temporarily banning immigration from several Muslim-majority countries again drew the president's ire.

The "S.C." initials at the end of the tweet likely referred to the U.S. Supreme Court, where Trump has said he intends to continue waging his battle to implement the ban.

"Fake News is at an all time high". Trump said in one post, though he did not identify specific news reports that displeased him. "Where is their apology to me for all of the incorrect stories???", he wrote on Tuesday.

Trump was apparently referring to the Justice Department's decision not to prosecute the Democratic presidential nominee a year ago in relation to her practice of maintaining a private email server while secretary of state.

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