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The State Department has deemed that 22 of Hillary Clinton’s emails are "too damaging" to national security to release under any circumstances, according to Catherine Herridge's sources.

Judge Andrew Napolitano said on "Your World" that this revelation is "another devastating blow to her credibility."

Judge Napolitano explained this is just another avenue for the FBI to investigate, as the evidence that the former secretary of state mishandled state secrets is "overwhelming."

"If it's 'too sensitive' to be released, if it's top secret, if it's Special Access Program ... it had absolutely no place [on] her husband's server in their barn in Chappaqua," Judge Napolitano said. "The fact that she diverted all of her official email to that venue is a felony."

"The FBI is prepared to recommend indictment. It's going to be a bombshell that will reach the White House. And the president is going to have to decide what to do with it."

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