Earlier this week the American Center for Law and Justice released a treasure trove of information about the infamous secret tarmac meeting between former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and President Bill Clinton last year.
The government watch dog group released 400 emails they were previously told by the FBI did not exist. In them we learned Lynch used an email alias to discuss the secret meeting, that Department staff was in a panic over the optics and that liberal reporters worked with DOJ to squash the story as quickly as possible. Talking points used by DOJ to defend the meeting with the press have been completely redacted.
ACLJ President Jay Sekulow, who also serves as President Trump's personal attorney, detailed the findings during a recent interview on Fox News.
ACLJ has turned over all uncovered documentation to the Senate Judiciary Committee, which is formally investigating the meeting between Lynch and Clinton.