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DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz argued on Fox News Sunday that it's "ludicrous" to discuss the possibility of Hillary Clinton being indicted over her private email server.

It comes after Mrs. Clinton laughed out loud at a question about whether she could face criminal charges and downplayed the FBI's ongoing investigation as a "security review."

Judge Andrew Napolitano responded on America's Newsroom today, pointing out that a Romanian hacker - who allegedly accessed an email account of Clinton confidant Sidney Blumenthal - was recently extradited to the United States. 

"This is about as serious an investigation as there could be. ... The FBI does not do security assessments, the State Department does. The FBI does criminal investigations," he explained.

Martha MacCallum asked about the timeline for a decision by the FBI, which keeps moving back as the Democratic National Convention approaches in late July. 

Napolitano said that last fall, FBI Director James Comey anticipated a decision being made in January. Then in January, Comey moved it back to May. 

Now he's saying there are no "time pressures," which the judge disputed. 

"The American public and the Democratic Party need to know if they're about to nominate someone who might be a defendant in a criminal prosecution," said Napolitano.

Watch his full analysis above.

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