For a conversation allegedly about golf and grandchildren, there was great effort on the part of the FBI to ensure there was no visual evidence of Monday’s private meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton, according to the reporter who first broke the story of the surreptitious meeting.
During an appearance on The O’Reilly Factor Thursday night, Christopher Sign of ABC 15 in Phoenix summarized the incident this way: “The former president steps into her plane. They then speak for 30 minutes privately. The FBI there on the tarmac instructing everybody around, ‘No photos, no pictures, no cell phones,’” he said.
Sign also said that although golf was supposedly a topic of conversation, he has found no evidence Clinton was playing golf in Phoenix.
“The attorney general, as a matter of fact, she said they talked about him playing golf,” Sign said. “At this very moment, as I’m talking to you, I’ve reached out to several sources, those with intimate knowledge of his movements because they work with these dignitaries when they come into Phoenix, not one so far has said that he played golf. I’m not saying that he didn’t play golf. I’m just saying I’ve yet to confirm that he did play golf.”
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