On "Outnumbered Overtime," Judge Andrew Napolitano discussed whether the Obama Justice Department will bring charges against Hillary Clinton over her use of a private email server.

Kirsten Powers doubted that an indictment will ever come down. 

"Do you really think the White House is going to allow that to happen?" she asked. 

Melissa Francis argued that the Obamas and the Clintons don't really like each other. 

"They don't, but they care about her becoming president. The last thing Barack Obama wants is a Republican to come in right after him," Powers answered.

Powers acknowledged, however, that Obama would prefer Joe Biden as his successor. 

Judge Napolitano, citing other cases where espionage laws were strictly enforced against service members, believes Clinton has opened herself up to an indictment by sending classified information on the unsecured server. 

"They're going to have a hard time saying we're not going to enforce it against her," he said. "She's sharing this [information] with [Sidney Blumenthal] and she has a top security clearance and Sid doesn't. That's the crime."

Andrea Tantaros said she believes the White House knew about Clinton's private email server while she was using it. 

"This is a rogue, lawless administration and she is not an outlier. This is a theme for the whole bunch," she said. 

Watch the discussion above and below and see the "Outnumbered Overtime" web show each day at 1pm ET, here.

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