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Judge Andrew Napolitano explained on "Varney & Co." today how the terror attacks in Brussels will help Donald Trump's presidential campaign.

He said that it is human nature to move towards safety in times of fear, which means that people will vote for the candidate who they believe will best keep them safe.

"And that helps Donald Trump," Judge Napolitano said, asserting that more than Ted Cruz or John Kasich, Trump conveys strength on the issue of national security.

The judge suggested that might be because of the Republican front-runner's tough talk on border security or halting Muslim immigration to the U.S.

He clarified to Stuart Varney that he wasn't personally advocating security over liberty, but merely acknowledging that "the majority will opt toward safety" in times of fear.

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