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ACLJ Profile Completion

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The ACLJ has unmasked former Obama Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s secret email alias.

The ACLJ’s FOIA lawsuit against the Department of Justice (DOJ) into the clandestine meeting between former AG Lynch and former President Bill Clinton has uncovered the secret email account used by former Attorney General Lynch to conduct official DOJ business.

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