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There are multiple unconfirmed reports that an interview will take place soon between Hillary Clinton and the FBI about her use of a private email server for official government business.

Judge Andrew Napolitano said on "Special Report" that Clinton is currently at "the vortex of a perfect storm of legal misery."

Napolitano said that Clinton's senior aides have been ordered to testify in two Freedom of Information Act cases, and two federal judges have suggested that there is likely evidence of a conspiracy in the Office of the Secretary of the State to evade or avoid federal law.

He said that after Clinton's aides are called in to speak to the FBI, she will be called.

"She's damned if she does, she's damned if she doesn't," Napolitano said.

"If she goes in there, they will catch her in material misrepresentations because she's been making them for a year on this. If she doesn't go in there, she will defy her statement 'I can't wait to talk to the FBI,' which of course they disbelieve, because nobody wants to talk to the FBI when you're the subject of one of their criminal investigations."

Watch the All-Star Panel weigh in on Clinton's email investigation above.


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