What Happens When ‘Primarily Social’ Meets Ulterior Motive?
“Bill Clinton should not be soliciting a conversation with the Attorney General while her Department is investigating his wife.”
Congressman Sensenbrenner: “Lynch described her highly unorthodox meeting with Bill Clinton as ‘primarily social.’ As someone with a long history investigating Bill Clinton, I know that almost everything he does is “primarily social,” but with Clinton, you always have to wonder, ‘what were his ulterior motives?’
“Bill Clinton should not be soliciting a conversation with the Attorney General while her Department is investigating his wife. And the Attorney General should not be engaging him in conversation. What did they talk about? We’ll likely never know for sure, but this is precisely why prosecutors must avoid even an appearance of impropriety. This is a case of, at best, extremely poor judgment and it absolutely taints the Department’s investigation of Hillary Clinton.”
Recent Press Releases by U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner
"These articles of impeachment are the weakest in history."
"The Democrats’ obsession with ousting the President made today an inevitability, but it is nevertheless a sad day for the Republic."