She's not recusing herself from the Hillary Clinton email probe, but Attorney General Loretta Lynch is addressing the controversy sparked when she met privately with with former President Bill Clinton.
FOX's Jared Halpern has more in Washington:
The Attorney General understands questions raised about an impromptu meeting she had with former President Bill Clinton at the Phoenix airport:
(Lynch) "Because I think it has cast over a shadow over what it should not over what it will not touch."
At the Aspen Ideas Festival, Loretta Lynch says she will accept the recommendations made by the career investigators and prosecutors working the Hillary Clinton email probe:
(Lynch) "And I could not be proud of that work and I could not be more proud to present that work to the American people when this is resolved."
Republican critics are demanding Lynch recuse herself entirely and appoint a special prosecutor.
In Washington, Jared Halpern, FOX News.
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