Attorney General Loretta Lynch disagreed with FBI Director James Comey’s decision to send a letter notifying Congress of new developments in the probe of Hillary Clinton’s private email server, CBS News’ Paula Reid reports. Sources close to the Clinton investigation told Reid that Lynch encouraged the FBI chief to follow a long-standing practice not to comment on ongoing investigations. While the two did not speak directly, the attorney general’s position was made clear to Comey. Comey’s decision to flag the new emails was thus made independent of his boss, the attorney general. Continues at MSN @ CBS News with reporting video also I remember back in the day when political corruption was something that the corruptors strove to hide behind closed doors. Now, it's on the news. And the corrupt could care less. In fact, some run for office laughing all the way to the bank. Dear God please protect our country.