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Fox News judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano often cites his constitutional knowledge when pointing out the ways that President Donald Trump has used his office unethically and even illegally.

In a recent podcast for Reason, Napoilitano speculated on what articles of impeachment he expects Democrats to charge the President with.

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Fox News legal analyst, Judge Andrew Napolitano, hasn't been shy in his critiques of President Donald Trump in the past.

That doesn't seem set to change as the House Select Committee on Intelligence embarks on its first public hearings in the ongoing impeachment inquiry.

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House Republicans stormed a Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) on Wednesday morning, ignoring House rules protecting national security, to protest the closed door impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump.

At this stage of the inquiry, only lawmakers on the House Oversight, Foreign Affairs, and Intelligence Committees are privy to the testimony regarding impeachment. Republicans have routinely decried the use of closed door hearings in the initial stages of the inquiry, accusing House Democrats of hiding information, despite the fact that 47 Republicans are overseeing the inquiry with Democrats.

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Judge Andrew Napolitano, though Conservative, has criticized President Donald Trump numerous times, even enough to spark an angry tweet or two from Trump himself.

Now, Napolitano has released an op-ed, The Temptation of Tyranny, through Fox News's website, fearing that Donald Trump's powers are reaching too far, becoming more detrimental. Now, he's accusing Trump of "tyranny" for unconstitutionally using funds not approved by Congress to pay for his long-promised wall at the southern border of the United States.

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In an appearance on Fox News with Shepard Smith, Fox legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano first commented on Hatch Act violations by Kellyanne Conway. Smith then asked him to weigh in on President Donald Trump's admission that he would accept foreign interference in the 2020 Presidential election.

Smith asked about any gray areas or wiggle room for the President when it comes to accepting and neglecting to report foreign aid for his 2020 campaign as he did in 2016.

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Fox News legal analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano criticized President Donald Trump's abuse of power again on his segment recently.

Napolitano accused Trump of violating the separation of powers three times last week alone. The separation—often referred to as "checks and balances"—was laid out by the founding fathers to avoid democratic principles devolving into dictatorial regimes.

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President Donald Trump may believe that Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report determined there was "no collusion" and "no obstruction," but now even Fox News is breaking with him on the latter.

On Wednesday, Andrew Napolitano, a former judge and Fox News legal analyst, opined that Mueller came to the conclusion that Trump "probably committed the crime of obstruction of justice but probably should not be charged for them... that's a real head scratcher, is the president above the law?"

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