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Bret Baier: FBI Agents 'Livid' About Lynch-Clinton Meeting

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By    |   Friday, 01 Jul 2016 02:36 PM

Fox News' Bret Baier on Friday reported that FBI agents are "livid" about the Loretta Lynch-Bill Clinton meeting for more reasons than the obvious, according to a video clip on Mediaite.

Baier said it's not just "the optics and the bad appearance" that have the FBI fuming, it's also that Lynch took a meeting with a potential next target.

"Bill Clinton is a potential target, a potential witness intricately involved in the second part of the investigation — the corruption investigation into possible mishandlings, mis-dealings with the Clinton Foundation when Clinton was secretary of state," Baier reported.

"There's a direct correlation there."

Baier dismissed the notion that there was no impropriety with the meeting, since Lynch and Clinton allegedly only talked about their personal lives.

"Greta Van Susteren points out, you don't have to be talking about the substance of investigations to have influence on somebody who's going to make a decision about the end result," Baier said. "It's like working the refs, and lawyers know this."

Baier also reported that though Lynch has said she'll accept the findings of the FBI and she won't have a role, she technically remains on the case.

"Lynch is not technically going to recuse herself, we're told," Baier reported. "She'll still have some oversight in the final decision … There's an asterisk now; critics will say this was all baked in from the beginning."

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Fox News' Bret Baier on Friday reported that FBI agents are "livid" about the Loretta Lynch-Bill Clinton meeting for more reasons than the obvious, according to a video clip on Mediaite.
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