Megyn Kelly has been hammering the State Department for days on whether Hillary Clinton signed a separation statement while at State, and kept it out tonight, really going after the “stonewalling” at the State Department.
The statement in question states all relevant information has been handed over to the government, but Clinton had her emails on a private server, and whether or not she signed it is unclear. And as far as Judge Andrew Napolitano is concerned, that means if she did sign one, it’s perjury, and if she didn’t, then she “stole federal documents.”
Kelly said it’s a very simple question for State to answer, going off and saying, “‘Yes or no?! Do they exist?’ That is simple!” Kelly discussed the FOIA requests her show’s made to obtain the relevant documents and really wanted to know who’s keeping Jen Psaki from being honest.
Napolitano said based on James Carville‘s comments yesterday, Clinton was trying to “frustrate Congress’ lawful authority.”
Watch the video below, via Fox News:
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