What happens in the presidential race if Hillary Clinton is indicted over her private emails? 

The Outnumbered hosts took a look at the possible scenarios, including Vice President Joe Biden being "parachuted in" by the party to take on Donald Trump. 

Melissa Francis argued that Republicans should not be rooting for an indictment because Biden would probably become the nominee over Bernie Sanders.

Trump has said he wants to run against Clinton, believing he will defeat her in November.

Jonah Goldberg of the National Review said he does not see that happening, pointing to the chaos that would ensue. 

"I would love for them to do that. Because then Bernie says, 'Wait a second, I got more votes than almost anybody, I'm gonna run third-party.' Then we'd have a three-party race. That's good for Trump or it could create a four-party race," said Goldberg.

Meghan McCain questioned how much more information the FBI needs in order to recommend charges against Clinton. 

"I'm not traditionally a conspiracy theorist, but at this point, if this were a Republican right now, they'd probably already be sitting in jail. ... It'd be like Game of Thrones, going 'shame' through the villages," she joked. 

Earlier today, the AP confirmed that Trump has now surpassed the 1,237 delegates needed to clinch the GOP nomination.

Watch the full discussion above.

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