VIDEO: Attorney General Lynch Regrets Private Meeting With Clinton Amid Email Investigation

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Lynch Addresses Clinton Private Meeting

ABOVE VIDEO: Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Friday she will fully accept the recommendations of an FBI-led investigation into whether to bring charges against Hillary Clinton and her use of a private email sever while she was secretary of state. (FOX NEWS Video)

(FOX NEWS) – Attorney General Loretta Lynch said Friday she will fully accept the recommendations of an FBI-led investigation into whether to bring charges against Hillary Clinton and her use of a private email sever while she was secretary of state.

I don’t have a role in these findings,” Lynch said at a summit in Colorado. “They are acting independently.”

Lynch acknowledged an impromptu meeting with former President Bill Clinton earlier this week “cast a shadow” on public perception of the email investigation into his wife.

“I certainly won’t do it again,” Lynch said. “It has cast a shadow over this.”

Lynch’s comments highlight the intense scrutiny surrounding the probe into the past use of an exclusive email server by Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

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