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(DCNF) Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano said both Democrats and Republicans will find a way to spin any intelligence findings to their political advantage Thursday on “Fox & Friends.”

“It’s a dangerous area, and I’ll tell you why,” Napolitano said. “It’s very unfortunate if politicians use raw intelligence or raw law enforcement data for political narratives.” (RELATED: Judge Napolitano Says It’s Too Easy To Abuse FISA Laws To Spy On Americans)

“So, if you were to ask me, will they get what they’re looking for? It depends on who they are, because the Republicans are looking for a narrative that will undermine the beginning of the Mueller investigation,” he said. “The Democrats are looking for a narrative which will justify the continued Mueller investigation. Will they get what they’re looking for? Probably each side will.”

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Napolitano said he believes there was more than one confidential mole informing on the Trump campaign, but thinks that information won’t be made public.

“If Bob Mueller has presented something or one of his prosecutors has, to a grand jury, it’s unlawful for them to share it with Congress. If there’s information about a confidential informant — whether it’s this person we’ve been talking about all week or somebody else, my guess is there’s more than one confidential informant,” Napolitano concluded.

“That information can’t be shared with members of Congress. If you were to ask me what’s going to be shared? That, I don’t know. I have no idea.”

Written by Nick Givas. You can Follow Nick on Twitter and Facebook

 

This article was republished with permission from the Daily Caller News Foundation.

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