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Judge Andrew Napolitano said Thursday that he has implored Attorney General Jeff Sessions to reopen the Hillary Clinton email investigation, and that Clinton's guilt of espionage is "overwhelming."

Napolitano's comments come amid lawmakers' calls for a criminal probe into the Obama administration.

Eleven GOP House lawmakers sent a criminal referral to the Justice Department on Wednesday, asking for a probe into Clinton as well as former FBI leads James Comey and Andrew McCabe, and former attorney general Loretta Lynch.

"[Clinton] shouldn't be immune from prosecution because she ran for president and lost, or because her last name is Clinton," Napolitano said.

The Fox News senior judicial analyst said that he has been asking Sessions to reopen the investigation "for months."

Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.) demanded on "Fox & Friends" Wednesday that the DOJ investigate the former secretary of state for her campaign's handling of payments to strategic intelligence firm Fusion GPS.

"You're supposed to disclose your expenditures," DeSantis said. "If you're going after [Michael] Cohen, why isn't anybody also looking at how the Clintons handled this?"


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