Let me get this straight. She goes to dinner with a lobbyist at a restaurant where the average meal costs more than she is legally allowed to accept as a gift. And she doesn’t pay. And she calls it an “oversight.”
Then she donates $100 to charity (check out the writeup on the charity) to make up for the “beverage and appetizers” that she ate. So she’s chalking up $2700 worth of food and wine to the lobbyist she dined with. This being a person who, she said, walked out of the restaurant with several bottles of uncorked wine, which the restaurant claims they wouldn’t let happen.
You know, it's not a question of exactly which parts of her story are a lie any more. It a question of whether any part of her story is ever true.