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On "Fox and Friends" this morning, Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted to the news that Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski will not face charges for simple battery.

According to reports, Palm Beach County State Attorney David Aronberg will not press charges against Lewandowski following his contact with former Breitbart reporter Michelle FIelds at a Trump campaign event in in Jupiter, Florida, in March.

Judge Napolitano agreed with Aronberg's decision, explaining that once you look past the politics of the incident, there simply was no crime committed.

He said that if every personal contact that was not consented to constituted a crime, then it would be impossible to ride on public transportation or walk on a crowded street.

"This got entirely out of control, and I'm making a nonpolitical statement here: The prosecutor did the right thing," the judge said.

As for Fields' plan to pursue a defamation case against Lewandowski, Judge Napolitano said that both Trump and his campaign manager are likely very well-insured, so he expects an insurance carrier to come in and handle some sort of settlement.

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