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As the FBI announced this morning that they were declining to charge former Secretary of State and current presidential candidate more details about the secret meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton are being revealed.

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A security source spoke to the New York Observer this week and shared details about the meeting, which he allegedly witnessed.

“We were waiting for her plane to touch down at the executive terminal area of Phoenix’s Sky Harbor where it’s best suited to control. Clinton’s plane was on the ground already. But he wasn’t there.

We had been hoping to get him out before she arrived, just to avoid too much traffic. They [their planes] were 75 yards apart. We have a procedure we do to clear [space for] a motorcade. As we were ready to receive her, I saw the other motorcade coming in—we were like, ‘great timing’.”

The witness continued:

“The fact is, he just started walking over. I don’t think it was pre-arranged. He just started walking over and [even her security] can’t tell him, ‘you can’t do that.’

He walked in her plane for at least 20 to 25 minutes and the FBI is standing face to face with the Secret Service and just chatting on the hot tarmac like, ‘what the h*ll’.”

The meeting certainly doesn’t look good for Clinton and Lynch, especially after the FBI’s announcement earlier today.

According to an Associated Press report:

The FBI won’t recommend criminal charges against Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server while secretary of state, agency Director James Comey said Tuesday, lifting a major legal threat to her presidential campaign.

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Comey said that although the investigation found “extremely careless” behavior by Clinton and her staff in their handling of sensitive information, the FBI had concluded that “no charges are appropriate.” He said the agency believed that “no reasonable prosecutor would bring such a case.”

The announcement came three days after the FBI interviewed Clinton for hours in a final step of its yearlong investigation into the possible mishandling of classified information.

Attorney General Loretta Lynch said last week that she would accept the recommendations of the FBI director and of career prosecutors, meaning that Comey’s decision almost certainly brings the legal part of the issue to a close and removes the threat of criminal charges.

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The announcement comes just a day after Wikileaks released 30,000 Clinton emails. Presumably, the emails were downloaded when Clinton’s email server was hacked.

According to the FBI’s notes, 110 of the emails they reviewed contained information that was classified at the time. Eight of those emails were flagged as being “Top Secret,” one of the highest levels of government classification.

It also follows a private meeting between Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former president Bill Clinton aboard Lynch’s government plane last week.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump immediately took to Twitter to vent his frustration at the whole situation.