WELL, YES: GOP senator: Lynch-Clinton meeting ‘raises questions about interference.’

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) said Sunday that Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s meeting with former President Bill Clinton raises questions about the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email server while she was secretary of State.

“I think the events in the last week, though, do call into question Attorney General Lynch’s judgment … in taking a private meeting with Bill Clinton, who is not only the spouse of a target of a FBI investigation but may himself be a target of a FBI investigation into the activities of the Clinton Foundation,” Cotton said on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

Lynch created a political firestorm last week when it was revealed she and Clinton met for 30 minutes on an airport tarmac in Phoenix. The meeting, which was described as an unplanned social visit, has been criticized by both Democrats and Republicans in light of the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s personal email server.

Lynch has since said she will accept the FBI’s recommendation on whether to press charges but has not fully recused herself from the case.

No, she hasn’t.