Judge Andrew Napolitano tonight sounded off on Hillary Clinton’s remarks about her email controversy, calling the claim that she followed every rule “absolutely not true.”

“She makes a sort of slapdash circular argument,” Napolitano said. He explained that Clinton said she used her husband’s server and the State Department didn’t have access to it, but any government official she emailed has a copy of their correspondence.

“That does not cut it under the statute,” he said.

In June 2011, Clinton sent a reminder to all department personnel which instructed them to never use their personal account for government business. Meanwhile, Clinton was only using her personal account for work.

“This is another example of a standard of behavior that applies only to someone with the last name of Clinton and doesn’t apply to everybody else,” Napolitano said.

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