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Senate To Look Into Lynch's Conduct During Clinton Email Investigation

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NBC News reports that a bipartisan group of senators on Friday requested more information from former Attorney General Loretta Lynch about her reported efforts to hamper the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s email use as secretary of state.The Democratic and Republican leaders of the Senate Judiciary Committee sent letters to Lynch,seeking more information about media reports that Lynch privately assured Democrats the investigation would soon stall out.

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