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The Justice Department may not be pursuing charges against Hillary Clinton over her private email server, but the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee's legal troubles are not over, according to Judge Andrew Napolitano.

On "Fox and Friends" this morning, he explained that there are several investigations into Clinton that are in progress or not yet started, including that she misled Congress and she failed to turn over all of her work-related emails.

Judge Napolitano said the biggest allegation against Clinton, however, is that she made decisions as secretary of state that benefited foreign nationals and foreign states in return for enormous donations to the Clinton Foundation.

"The largest of these? $145 million, and it involved Mrs. Clinton allowing a Canadian to buy shares in a uranium mine in Utah, which he promptly turned around and sold to the Russians, who could never have bought it on their own," Judge Napolitano explained.

He said it's unclear if any of these investigations will lead anywhere, but he anticipates that the FBI will want to resolve them quickly.

"She's about to become the Democratic nominee. The Democratic Party and the American public [have] the right to know if there's more evidence of wrongdoing against this woman," Judge Napolitano said, noting that the easiest case against her is that she misled Congress under oath.

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