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Congressman Lynch spoke with Dan Rea from Ankara, Turkey and gave his assessment on the fight against ISIS.
Congressman Lynch discussed his meetings with Kurdish Peshmerga and Syrian Opposition leaders during his latest trip to the Middle East.
Congressman Lynch, Congresswoman Waters, and Congressman Miller sent a letter urging Labor Secretary Perez to reconsider the proposed waiver of sanctions on Credit Suisse following its guilty plea over tax evasion charges.
Congressman Lynch hosted an information session for all high school students interested in applying to one of the U.S. service academies on Sunday, October 5th.
As he returned from the Oversight and Government Reform hearing on the Security Service, Congressman Lynch answered questions on what should happen next at the agency.
Congressman Lynch questioned inconsistencies in the Secret Service report on the White House intruder Omar Gonzalez.
Congressman Lynch expressed concern over the lack of transparency at the Secret Service with the recent security breaches.
Congressman Lynch expressed "low confidence" in the leadership of Secret Service Director Julia Pierson at a September 30th hearing on the recent security breaches.
Congressman Lynch participated in the Subcommittee on Capital Markets and Government Sponsored Enterprises hearing titled, "Oversight of the SEC's Division of Trading and Markets." He questioned how two firms engaging in high-frequency trading could go years without having a losing day.
Congressman Lynch appeared on NECN's Broadside with Jim Braude to discuss congressional efforts in the fight against ISIS and his thoughts on the recent airstrikes in Syria.