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A number of Republican lawmakers have already begun floating the idea of impeaching Hillary Clinton if she wins the White House.

Despite newly discovered email evidence and additional documents revealed by WikiLeaks related to Clinton, Judge Andrew Napolitano believes that any talk of impeachment is "grossly premature" and "highly irregular."

On "Special Report" tonight, the judge explained that if Clinton wins the presidency, Congress will not invalidate the will of the American people because of something she did before she was in office.

He added that even if impeachment proceedings were started, Clinton could be pardoned by President Obama or by herself.

"There would be great political fallout to either of those pardons," Judge Napolitano said. "But that would certainly insulate her from any political consequences."

Let us know what you think in the comments.

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