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In his Opening Monologue, Sean Hannity said he was "amazed" that "an army of lawyers" hasn't convinced fired FBI Director James Comey to "keep quiet" amid possible legal jeopardy.

Hannity said nearly a dozen House lawmakers sent a criminal referral letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions and FBI Director Christopher Wray seeking a criminal investigation into "potentially illegal" actions by Comey, Hillary Clinton, Loretta Lynch and others.

He said that someone should tell Comey "that he has the right to remain silent."

Hannity called Comey a "self-serving, holier-than-thou" FBI director who helped "put the fix in" in the Clinton email investigation.

The referral, Hannity said, reads that Comey's decision "not to seek charges against Clinton's misconduct suggest[s] improper investigative conduct [that was] potentially motivated by a political agenda."

Hannity said he suspects Comey is guilty of violating several sections of the federal code, including "obstruction of proceedings" and "gathering, transmitting or losing defense information."

"All of this spells massive legal trouble for James Comey," Hannity said.

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