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Judge Andrew Napolitano appeared on "Fox and Friends" this morning and disputed Hillary Clinton's latest defense for her private email server.

Clinton has claimed that she simply followed the practice of secretaries of state who came before her, such as Colin Powell.

Judge Napolitano pointed out that Powell only used personal email for State Department business several times, and at no point did those emails involve material that was confidential, secret or top secret.

"Mrs. Clinton diverted all 66,000 of her emails - 100 percent of them - from the government server to her private server," Judge Napolitano said. "When the government asked for them back, she only gave half back. Of the half she gave back, they found 2,200 that contained state secrets in them."

He added that Clinton's failure to secure those secrets is the crime, but her deception to cover up that crime is even worse, particularly since she's getting members of Congress to "lie for her."

"I think she's in grave legal trouble, and I think it's going to come to a head very soon," Judge Napolitano said. "The evidence of her guilt is overwhelming, just from the public record."

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