Napolitano: Hillary Clinton May Have Committed ‘Felony’ Over Emails

Judge Napolitano says "she's in a lot of trouble legally" because she may have retained classified materials outside government computers. Secondly, Clinton may have knowingly or willingly destroyed or concealed government records, which is a felony

On Wednesday night, Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano issued a blistering critique of Hillary Clinton’s ongoing controversy surrounding the use of a private email account while she was Secretary of State. Appearing on  The Kelly File, Napolitano argued that  Clinton may have committed a “felony” and “the other way that she’s in trouble is a person who knowingly and willfully destroys or conceals government records.”

Napolitano then went on to suggest that if Clinton knowingly destroyed government documents on her private email account, she may have committed a felony, which would disqualify her from serving in elected office