Judge Nap: 'If Hillary Is Indicted, Obama Could Be Witness in the Case'
Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted on America's Newsroom to the latest statements from Hillary Clinton about the ongoing FBI investigation into her private email server.
In a "Meet the Press" appearance yesterday, Clinton said the FBI has not contacted her about an interview.
Chuck Todd asked whether she's "concerned" that the investigation may not wrap up before the Democratic National Convention this summer.
"No, I'm not," she answered.
"Because I don't think anything inappropriate was done. And so I have to let them decide how to resolve their security inquiry, but I'm not at all worried about it."
Napolitano said Clinton "continues to lie" and inaccurately compare what she did to previous secretaries of state Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice.
He explained that Rice and Powell both used Gmail accounts a few times in error, but Clinton committed a "criminal act" by paying someone to move emails from the government's servers to a private one at her house.
The judge said Clinton and her team then decided that 33,000 of her emails were personal and wiped them from the server.
"That's why this investigation is taking so long. Because the FBI had to extract from the server what she thought she wiped off," said Napolitano.
He said that he is still not sure how the case is going to play out, pointing back to 22 top-secret emails recovered from Clinton's server.
"Guess who many of them were sent to and from. The president himself. If the president decides the Justice Department is free to indict her, he may very well be a witness in the case."
Watch the judge's full analysis above.