Megyn Kelly and Juan Williams tonight sparred on “The Five” over whether or not Hillary Clinton broke the law through her use of personal email as secretary of state.

The State Department today told the media that there is "no record" of Clinton signing the OF-109 form, which outgoing State Department employees typically sign to certify that they've turned over all government documents.

“I still think it’s the case that she broke no law,” Williams said, adding that Republicans are so afraid of Clinton that they just want to tear her down.

But Kelly argued that the law says it’s a violation to willfully conceal records.

“She’s got all the documents on her computer, FOIA requests are coming in, congressional demands are coming in, litigation requests are coming in, she doesn’t produce any of the documents. How is that not concealment?” Kelly asked.

Watch the fiery debate above.


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