Tag: Attorney General Loretta Lynch

Jason Chaffetz: Trump Administration Transparency ‘Worse’ Than Obama

Sunday on Sinclair Television Group’s “Full Measure,” outgoing-Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) said the Trump administration is being “worse” than the Obama administration on transparency. Chaffetz said, “The reality is, sadly, I don’t see much difference between the Trump administration and the

Blunt Reactions to New Wikileaks on DOJ: ‘Mr. Kadzik Should Be Fired Immediately’

After emails released by WikiLeaks Wednesday morning showed the Department of Justice’s Assistant Attorney General Peter Kadzik using his personal email account to give a “heads up” to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta about events related to the Hillary Clinton email scandal, Tom Fitton of Judicial Watch and former U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia Joe diGenova gave scathing responses to the information.

GOP Chairman Blasts DOJ for Failing to Combat Asylum Fraud

“What message is being sent to those aliens who already have an incentive to lie to obtain an immigration benefit and now are emboldened even more by DOJ’s apparent acquiescence to this type of egregious criminal conduct?” Goodlatte wrote in a stinging letter to Attorney General Loretta Lynch last week.

Dodgeball: Bob Goodlatte Says It’s Clear AG Lynch Has No Intention of Answering Questions

Attorney General Loretta Lynch deflected and evaded questions from Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee Tuesday during her more than three hours of testimony centered on her decision to accept the recommendation of FBI Director James B. Comey Jr., not to charge former secretary of state Hillary Clinton in relation to her private email scheme, while at State.

Trump Accuses Hillary of Offering Bribe to AG Loretta Lynch

Tuesday at a rally in Raleigh, NC, presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said the FBI did not recommend criminal charges against presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton because the Clintons may have bribed Attorney General Loretta Lynch by letting