William Barr, Trump's choice for attorney general, has already called for Clinton to be investigated and downplayed any concerns about Trump. That's probably why he was chosen.
The meetings occurred before WikiLeaks published stolen emails from Clinton's campaign chairman.
The Russia investigation is coming to a boil.
The special counsel's office says Paul Manafort violated his plea deal by lying repeatedly, and should be sentenced immediately.
Trump excused his daughter Ivanka's use of a private email server for government business after years of saying Hillary Clinton should be jailed for her email usage.
Gonzales later acknowledged Trump doesn’t appear to have acted on his desire to investigate Clinton and Comey.
The Times found that, in fact, "Mr. Trump’s lawyers also privately asked the Justice Department last year to investigate Mr. Comey" — precisely what McGahn warned against.
This, of course, raises many important concerns and questions — perhaps the most pressing of which is, when will Trump start calling to “lock her up”?