Judge Nap says latest ruling backs Hillary in corner: ‘She’s damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t’

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The court permitting Judicial Watch to interview close aides to Hillary Clinton is a very big deal.

That was the opinion of Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano during his appearance on “Fox & Friends” Monday.

“Two separate judges ordered her aides — the same people the FBI wants in the criminal case — to testify in the Freedom of Information Act case,” he said.

“That means that the two judges have already found that there was a conspiracy in the office of secretary of state … to avoid and evade federal law.”

Those aides are Cheryl Mills, Huma Abedin, Patrick Kennedy and Bryan Pagliano.

“The testimony in the civil case is compelled, the interviews in the criminal case [are] voluntary,” he explained.

“Whatever the say under oath in the civil case can be used against them by the FBI when they interview them in the criminal case.”

He added that the public may be seeing the civil case depositions “very soon,” as they’ll be videotaped.

Napolitano noted that Clinton angered FBI agents working the case by referring to their criminal investigation as a “security review” to NBC News host Chuck Todd.

“When she demeans the case, she demeans them,” he said. “It’s crazy for her to do that.”

He also took issue with her recent statements that she was looking forward to speaking to the FBI.

“Who in their right mind, being investigated by the FBI for espionage, can’t wait to talk to them?” Napolitano asked. “She’s damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t.”

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