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Dan Bongino, a former congressional candidate in Maryland, sounded off Monday morning on Chelsea Manning's Senate run in that same state. 

"What a disgrace," said Bongino, a former U.S. Secret Service agent, on "Fox & Friends."

Manning, formerly known as Bradley Manning, was arrested in 2010 for leaking a trove of classified U.S. military documents to WikiLeaks.

"She should be in prison," Bongino argued, also calling out the former U.S. Army intelligence analyst's anti-cop tweets. 

Manning's 35-year prison sentence was commuted by former President Barack Obama and she was released in May 2017.

Bongino expressed confidence that the people of Maryland will reject her candidacy in the primary against Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin, whom he called a "gentleman."

He said it's a "disgrace" that Cardin even has to run against Manning.

Watch the interview above. 

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