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Judge Nap Returns to Fox News, Defends British Intel Story

Judge Nap Returns to Fox News, Defends British Intel Story
Judge Andrew Napolitano (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

By    |   Wednesday, 29 March 2017 03:27 PM

Judge Andrew Napolitano made his return to Fox News as an analyst Wednesday following a suspension handed him by the network over his story former President Barack Obama used British intelligence to spy on current President Donald Trump. 

Despite that, Judge Nap continued to defend the story when asked if he still stands by his story and reporting.

"I do, and the sources stand by it," Napolitano said on Fox News. 

However, since Judge Nap's report two weeks ago, one person claiming to be a source of his has come out to say Napolitano got a lot of it wrong. 

Former intelligence officer Larry Johnson told CNN his own information had been second-, third-, or fourth-hand, and Judge Nap was inaccurate in his reporting.

"The substance of what he's saying, he didn't get it right, accurate either," Johnson told CNN. 

But Napolitano was undeterred during his return Wednesday. 

"I think a lot more's gonna come," Judge Nap said.

"The American public needs to know more about this rather than less because a lot of the government's surveillance authorities will expire in the fall," Napolitano said. "And there will be a great debate about how much authority we want the government to have to surveil us. And the more the American public knows about this, the more informed they are and Congress' decisions will be."

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