There are new questions if Hillary Clinton committed perjury when she said in a sworn statement that she turned over all of the official correspondence from her secret email server, deleting only personal emails.

The State Department said Friday that it recently obtained a series of emails that Clinton did not turn over.

The messages were exchanged with retired Gen. David Petraeus when he headed the military's U.S. Central Command. They began before Clinton entered office as secretary of state and continued into her first days at the State Department.

They largely pertained to personnel matters and don't appear to deal with highly classified material, officials said, but their existence challenges Clinton's claim that she has handed over the entirety of her work emails.

Judge Andrew Napolitano said on "The Kelly File" that Clinton's troubles just keep cascading down upon her.

"Her most recent troubles show that when she certified under oath, 'under penalty of perjury,' to a federal judge that she had surrendered all her emails to the State Department, in fact she had not," Judge Napolitano said.

He said this compounds her problems of using a private server, seizing and destroying government property, and failure to secure government secrets.

Judge Napolitano said he believes the FBI will recommend to the Justice Department that Clinton be indicted, but what happens from there has as much to do with politics as it does law.

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