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House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) issued a subpoena for the FBI's full case file in the Hillary Clinton email investigation in the middle of a congressional hearing Monday.

On "Fox and Friends" this morning, Judge Andrew Napolitano explained that Chaffetz wants to see the all the agency's investigative summaries - known as 302s - in unedited, unredacted form.

Judge Napolitano said that Chaffetz and many members of the House are "utterly frustrated" with the FBI, so they are demanding to see everything related to the investigation of Clinton.

He revealed that the only way the FBI can avoid handing everything over is if they get a federal judge to block the subpoena.

"Normally this happens when the FBI serves a subpoena, but now it's been served on them," Judge Napolitano said, adding that the release of the full case file could be damaging to the agency's credibility.

"Here's what we have heard from the people who have seen this stuff: That the FBI is attempting to create a false impression of what they want us to think they found by selectively releasing information,"  Judge Napolitano said. "If all of it had been released, people could form their own opinions about the wisdom and lawfulness of the FBI's decision not to prosecute Mrs. Clinton."

"This is starting to look a little bit like a black eye for them."

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