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Judge Andrew Napolitano says that the defense Hillary Clinton used in her interview with the FBI may have helped her legally, but it could be "catastrophic politically."

On "Fox and Friends" this morning, Judge Napolitano explained that Clinton told FBI investigators - who were looking into her mishandling of state secrets - that she was unaware what it meant if documents were marked "classified," "secret" or "top secret."

"That sort of obliviousness lessens the criminality in the mind of the FBI, but that sort of obliviousness, is that what you want in the mind of a secretary of state or of a president of the United States?" Judge Napolitano said.

He noted that Clinton also told investigators that she did not recall all the briefings she received on handling sensitive information due to a concussion she suffered in 2012.

"If she's going to say, 'Because of my health problems, I don't remember what the law is. I don't know what is secret, top secret and confidential,' how can she be the president of the United States?" Judge Napolitano said.

"She's going to have to answer that."

Watch the "Fox and Friends" segment above, and share your reaction to the judge's thoughts in the comments.


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