Why Hillary Clinton's Campaign Is Getting a Little Nervous

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The Hillary Clinton campaign is gearing up for a long primary battle against Sen. Bernie Sanders, the New York Times reports

With Sanders surging in the polls, and threatening to win in Iowa and New Hampshire, the Clinton campaign is now said to be preparing for a battle into late April or early May. 

During Sunday night's Democratic debate, the top Google searches were about whether Clinton will be prosecuted over her private email server.

According to Google Trends, the top three search terms related to Clinton were:

1 Will Hillary Clinton get prosecuted?

2 Will Hillary Clinton win the nomination?

3 What did Hillary Clinton do that is illegal? 

And just in today, Fox News reported exclusively that a top inspector general told senior lawmakers Clinton's emails on her unsecured, homebrew server contained intelligence from the U.S. government's most secretive and highly classified programs.

On Outnumbered today, the hosts discussed whether Clinton is "on the ropes" right now or whether Clinton is still inevitable as the Democratic nominee. 

Steve Hayes said the race will become "chaos" if Sanders wins Iowa and New Hampshire. 

Melissa Francis said the Google search data is Clinton's "number one problem" right now, as more and more Democrats now try to "drill down" on her legal issues.

Watch the full discussion above.

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