New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie tore into Hillary Clinton for making a joke about the scandal surrounding her use of a private email server while she served as secretary of state. 

Clinton referenced her possible legal trouble over the weekend in Iowa in a remark about her new Snapchat account.

“By the way, you may have seen that I have recently launched a Snapchat account. I love it — those messages disappear all by themselves," said a smiling Clinton.

Christie, sitting down for an interview this morning on "Fox and Friends," said that Clinton's "arrogance is breathtaking." 

Christie criticized Clinton for refusing to "even acknowledge" the issue or explain to the American people why she was using private emails. 

"I worked for the federal government for seven years as U.S. attorney. It was made clear to all of us when we walked in the door: official business is done on your official email account," said Christie, adding that when the Clintons get in trouble, they blame others.

He said there is definitely enough information for the FBI to investigate Clinton.

"I'll tell you as a former U.S. attorney: there's no question in my mind, if there's classified information on there, she's in trouble," he said.

Watch the clip below and the full interview above.


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