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The FBI reportedly found 2,800 government documents on Anthony Weiner's personal laptop that were related to his estranged wife's work as Hillary Clinton's deputy chief of staff during her tenure as secretary of state.

The documents were sent to Weiner's computer by top Clinton aide Huma Abedin, a revelation that came to light after conservative watchdog group Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit after Freedom of Information Act requests failed to produce State Department business correspondence sent or received by Abedin using a non-government email address.

"This yet again shows the culture in the Hillary Clinton State Department of a cavalier attitude about the handling of government secrets," Judge Andrew Napolitano said on Fox Business Network. "It also shows the FBI awareness of it."

He said that President Donald Trump should have Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein reopen the Clinton email probe.

"I'm not saying she should be indicted. Go where the evidence takes them. The evidence will take them to an indictment," Napolitano said.

He explained that Clinton could face an indictment for sending classified material to Abedin via an unsecured email account.

"And Huma will be a witness against her. That's the way the Justice Department works," Napolitano said. "They are not bound by the ill-advised, politically-motivated decision that James Comey made in July 2016 not to seek her indictment."

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