President Obama announced new sanctions against Russian officials on Monday, but many have criticized his response as weak in the face of Russian President Vladimir Putin moving toward officially annexing Crimea.

Judge Andrew Napolitano called the penalties "tepid" this morning on Fox and Friends, suggesting that Obama "doesn't care" whether his foreign policy is viewed as weak.

"I think that the primary focus of the remaining two and a half years in office for him is ObamaCare and bringing down the rich and redistributing money here," said Napolitano. He called on the president to come out and say that Russia's move into Crimea is not a threat to U.S. national security if that is what he believes.

Napolitano pointed out that the new financial sanctions and travel restrictions against seven Russian officials and four Ukrainians are not going to do much to deter Putin.

"These are mid-level bureaucrats right beneath Putin, whose visas have been canceled. We don't know when the last time [was] that they tried to come to the United States," he said, with Brian Kilmeade arguing no one is sure whether these people have any assets here that will be affected.

Watch the full discussion above.

Read more of the latest analysis on the sanctions:

Ralph Peters: “Putin Is Playing ‘Game of Thrones’ & We’re Playing ‘Downton Abbey’

Van Susteren: ‘Putin Should Have Been First One Slapped With Sanctions’

'It's Humiliating': Krauthammer Slams Obama As Russia Mocks Sanctions