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Judge Jeanine Pirro reacted to Attorney General Loretta Lynch's decision not to charge Hillary Clinton over her email server, saying the "politicization" of the Department of Justice and the FBI would have J. Edgar Hoover "spinning in his grave."

"The optics are so clear," Pirro said on Hannity. "You have someone who owes Bill Clinton. He meets her when he knows he shouldn't meet her. FBI meets her on a day they don't normally meet her. She then says 'You know what, I'm going to keep this person who has my whole career in her hands if [she becomes] president,' and the next day they're on Air Force One."

Pirro said that "the American people are not stupid" and that they will give the ultimate verdict on Clinton in a "November decision."

Pirro also said that the public should not feel comfortable with Clinton having special access information.

"She is not a woman who is entitled to have or can be trusted with this kind of information."

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