Judge Andrew Napolitano said he was asked to sign a letter, circulated by the Hillary Clinton campaign, condemning FBI Director James Comey but he refused.
The Clinton campaign asked former federal prosecutors, including Napolitano, to sign the letter that claimed Comey was trying to influence the election.
“I don’t know that he’s trying to influence the outcome of the election as much as he’s trying to undo the damage he did on July five,” Napolitano said Monday referring to Comey’s decision to not recommend indicting Clinton.
“I will tell you I was asked to sign that letter,” he said. “I did not because it’s my job to work on television but I agree with much of it.”
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