Judge Andrew Napolitano said the special counsel for the Trump-Russia probe may someday just 'close up shop' without bringing charges against anyone. 

"We may never get an answer," the judge stated.


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As part of the Trump investigation, Special Counsel Robert Mueller will investigate the complicated legal situation that Gen. Michael Flynn finds himself in.

While Flynn is not yet in legal jeopardy, the DOJ is looking into whether he was paid by Turkey or Russia during his brief stint as national security advisor.

Napolitano said this could include being an "unwitting agent" for a foreign government, which is what the investigation of the Trump campaign is looking for as well.

It is a "strange area of the law," Napolitano remarked.

Watch the interview above.


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