Judge Jeanne Pirro joined Sean Hannity Thursday to discuss Hillary Clinton’s assertion that she will not be indicted in the ongoing FBI investigation into her use of a private email server.
Fox News’ Brett Baier questioned the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Wednesday on the Clinton Foundation investigation and the FBI investigation asking, “You’re saying there’s zero chance that this is a problem for you in this election.”
Clinton responded, “Absolutely. That’s what I’m saying. That happens to be the truth.”
Hannity, speaking with Pirro pointed out that the use of the private email server resulted in the identities of certain CIA agents apparently being compromised. He added that the server also contained Top Secret documents as well as Special Access programs. He remarked, “It is the duty of any government official to protect that and not securing that is, in and of itself, a crime.”
Pirro answered that there were about 15 crimes committed. Hannity said he believes Clinton’s main concern was to avoid congressional and public scrutiny to her and her aides.
Pirro agreed, and added Clinton wanted to avoid Freedom of Information laws. “She didn’t want Americans knowing what she was doing,” she said.
Pirro also named the Clinton Foundation as another reason for having the server. She said, “I would bet my bottom dollar that server was set up so that she could continue to raise money for the foundation. No one could know about it.”
Clinton has maintained the private server contained no classified information.
Continuing the conversation with Hannity, Pirro asked, “How does a woman who’s secretary of state, do her job for four years and not have one classified or SAP email? What the hell was she doing?”