Judge Andrew Napolitano said that President Trump will at some point be the subject of an "interrogation" under oath similar to the one former FBI Director James Comey just underwent in the Senate.
Comey appeared before the Senate Intelligence Committee to testify about his private conversations with President Trump. He was also grilled on contact between Russia and Trump campaign associates, including former national security advisor Michael Flynn.
The Russia collusion investigation, now placed in the hands of Special Counsel Robert Mueller, will go on for a long time, Napolitano said.
"The type of interrogation we just saw of James Comey, Bob Mueller is going to conduct an interrogation like that under oath of Donald Trump. Not whether, but when is the only question," he said.
Napolitano explained that Mueller will be charged with figuring out whether a crime occurred and whether Trump exhibited "corrupt intent" in trying to shut down an investigation of Michael Flynn.
He said his big-picture takeaway from the testimony is that Comey laid out a "very, very credible and compelling argument that the President of the United States has not been truthful with the American people."
Watch his full analysis above.