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Tonight on Hannity, Judge Jeanine Pirro harshly criticized FBI Director James Comey for recommending no charges against Hillary Clinton, saying the director has "destroyed the reputation" of his agency.

"This is a dark day for criminal justice," she said. "This is a dark day for the Department of Justice and the FBI. There's a lot of good people in those departments. He has destroyed that reputation."

Pirro also reacted to Comey saying that there would normally be "administrative sanctions" for someone who made the same mistakes as Clinton.

"If she were to be president of the United States, hasn't she already proven that she cannot be trusted with this information? Shouldn't she lose any security clearance that she has?"

She sharply disagreed that "no reasonable prosecutor" would bring a criminal case against Clinton.

"Jim, you're wrong. I respect you but you're wrong." 

Pirro said the case should have gone before a grand jury, "but instead, political appointees will make this decision and it's a shame for this country."

Watch the full panel discussion above.

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