Accuracy in Media

Even a Top Democrat is ‘Queasy’ about Loretta Lynch’s Role in Clinton Email Investigation

Adam Schiff, a vocal critic of President Donald Trump and his administration, admitted he has a “queasy feeling” about former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s possible role in the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s e-mails. Former FBI director James Comey said that Lynch directed him to look into the “matter” about Clinton’s e-mails, and she avoided […]

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Lynch-Clinton Tarmac Meeting ‘Ultimately’ Confirmed Comey’s Decision to Announce Hillary Clinton Email Probe

Talk about an interesting statement from yesterday’s Capitol Hill hearing, where former FBI director James Comey testified about his insight into the Russia probe headed by the FBI and other subjects. Comey said that his announcement of investigating Hillary Clinton’s e-mails “ultimately” came from the unannounced meeting between Bill Clinton (Hillary’s husband) and then-Attorney General […]

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Ex-FBI Director James Comey: Lynch-Clinton Tarmac Meeting Forced Him to Work Independent of DOJ

Former FBI director James Comey appeared on Capitol Hill to give his side of his firing and insight into the Russia “meddling” probe being conducted by the FBI. He made statements that appealed to both sides of the political aisle, ranging from criticizing Trump’s alleged defamation of him to disagreeing on direct Russian interference in […]

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June 2017

6/29/2017 - Even a Top Democrat is ‘Queasy’ about Loretta Lynch’s Role in Clinton Email Investigation

6/20/2017 - Ironic: New York Times Sues for Former FBI Director James Comey’s Notes

6/12/2017 - Law Professor Alarmed by Comey’s Leak of Memos to the Media

6/9/2017 - Former FBI Director James Comey Blasted New York Times, Anonymous Sources

6/9/2017 - Lynch-Clinton Tarmac Meeting ‘Ultimately’ Confirmed Comey’s Decision to Announce Hillary Clinton Email Probe

6/9/2017 - Ex-FBI Director James Comey: Lynch-Clinton Tarmac Meeting Forced Him to Work Independent of DOJ