Rudy Giuliani Just Gave Hillary Clinton This Warning, She Better Listen Up!

On Sean Hannity last night, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani put on his U.S. Attorney’s hat and considered what’s known about the Hillary Clinton email case in light of what a prosecutor would examine for the purposes of potential criminal liability.

And the prognosis isn’t great.


Giuliani told Sean Hannity that Hillary Clinton has bigger problems than her plunging poll numbers.

“Hillary needs a really good criminal lawyer. She’s in serious jeopardy,” Giuliani said, explaining that the scandal surrounding Clinton’s private email and server could result in multiple criminal charges against the former Secretary of State.

Giuliani also pointed to reports that Clinton’s server had not been wiped clean by the company she hired to maintain the server.

This will ultimately come down to a question someone will ask Clinton at some point – perhaps when she has to testify in front of Congress or when a reporter figures out the major question.

He said that if investigators are able to recover any incriminating information, she could face very serious charges.

“She has given no coherent explanation,” Giuliani stated. “She has given several contradictory explanations. And that’s the worst possible thing you can do from a political point of view. From a legal point of view, all those things can be used against you if you ever end up being a defendant in court, as prior contradictory statements.”

Nobody will believe a Secretary of State could go a day without handling classified documents, much less four years. And that, as Giuliani discusses, is why she needs a really good criminal lawyer.

Check out the segment from Monday night’s show:

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