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Trump Asks Why Did Loretta Lynch Bring “Russian Lawyer” Into the U.S.?

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At a joint press conference today in France, President Trump made it clear he is aware of the bombshell report that shows none other than former DOJ head Loretta Lynch helped the Russian Lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, who met Don Jr. get into the United States under “extraordinary circumstances.”

Just like the rest of us, he wants to know exactly WHY she did this.

We now know Veselnitskaya was vehemently anti-Trump.

The circumstances make the move look extremely suspicious and many believe it was part of a larger sting operation.

Fox News reports:

President Trump lashed out at the media and the Obama administration Thursday over the criticism his team is facing for his eldest son’s 2016 meeting with a Russian lawyer thought to have damaging information on Hillary Clinton.

At a joint press conference with the French president in Paris, Trump said the media are making “a very big deal over something that really a lot of people would do.”

He then turned his focus to Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch, saying he had “heard” Lynch was the one to approve Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya’s visa.

This is an apparent reference to reports that Lynch signed off on granting the attorney special “parole” to be in the country — though it remains unclear whether she had permission to be in the U.S. at the time of the June 2016 meeting.

“Somebody said that her visa or her passport to come into the country was approved by Attorney General Lynch, now maybe that’s wrong, I just heard that a little while ago … [that] she was here because of Lynch.”

Trump also, as he has in recent days, defended Donald Trump Jr. against criticism.

“My son is a wonderful young man. He took a meeting with a Russian lawyer, not a government lawyer but a Russian lawyer,” Trump said in the press conference with President Emmanuel Macron. “From a practical standpoint most people would have taken that meeting, it’s called opposition research or research into your opponent.”

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