NYT: Hillary Clinton ‘May Decide’ to Keep Loretta Lynch as Attorney General

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton attends a town hall with about 100 millennials who are digital content creators and social media influencers, June 28, 2016, at Neuehouse in Hollywood, California.
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Patrick Healy of the NYT pens an 1,800-word slobber job on Hillary Clinton: in her first 100 days, she’ll appoint a historically diverse Cabinet, work with Republicans on “broadly popular issues,” and — psst! — probably decline to replace Attorney General Loretta Lynch, who just happened to speak privately with her husband Bill last week.