Napolitano On Hillary’s Emails: ‘This Self-Created Crisis Is Blowing Up In Her Face’

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Judge Andrew Napolitano says that Hillary Clinton “continues to lie” about her email scandal, adding that “this self-created crisis is blowing up in her face.”

Appearing on Fox News’s “America’s Newsroom” on Monday, Napolitano said, “I believe there is enough evidence to be indicted. The decision will ultimately be made by the political branches but if the FBI’s diligent work in this case is not vindicated, the president will have serious problems on his hands as will she.”

Napolitano, FNC’s Senior Judicial Analyst, responded to Clinton’s claim on ABC’s “This Week” from Sunday that “Everybody in the department knew that I was emailing from a personal address. Hundreds of people knew it. People around the government knew it. And you know, that was, what the practice had been and that’s what I did as well.” (RELATED: Find Out Why Judge Napolitano Thinks Hillary Is ‘Absolutely’ Incompetent)

Clinton “did her best to keep her email, (and we know this because we have reviewed 33,000 emails that have been published of the 66,000) to within her inner circle,” Napolitano said. “She did not want the rest of the State Department to know what she was doing. She especially did not want the president to know what she was doing. She didn’t want this subject to the Freedom of Information Act. And now, this self-created crisis is blowing up in her face.” (RELATED: Napolitano: ‘Ample Evidence’ To Indict Clinton, Only Lynch Or Obama Could Prevent It [VIDEO])

“The rules did not change, the oath that she signed, she signed on day one, she blatantly violated it,” Napolitano argued. “Clinton continues to lie. And here’s the danger to her, about trying to pull a fast one over on George Stephanopoulos… every time he does this, she taunts and challenges yet again the federal prosecutors and FBI agents who will be interrogating her about this.”

Napolitano then said that he expects Clinton to be interrogated “in the next couple of weeks once the New Jersey and California primaries are over tomorrow (Tuesday) she’ll sit down with them and they’ll ask her questions she will not want to answer.”

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