A federal judge has ordered Dinesh D’Souza to undergo ongoing psychological counseling, despite two psychologists already clearing him. 

U.S. District Judge Richard M. Berman told D'Souza that he considers his violation of federal campaign finance laws to be evidence of a psychological problem and ordered further counseling. 

D'Souza said the judge already ordered him to complete eight months of counseling and once he finished, the judge said it wasn't adequate.

D'Souza added that a prominent New York psychiatrist also "certified that he was perfectly normal" and provided a written statement to the court concluding there was no need to continue the consultation. 

But Berman, who was appointed by President Bill Clinton, overruled the judgment of the two licensed psychologists. 

Watch Megyn Kelly and D'Souza discuss the proceedings above.  

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