"The roadblocks were put there by the president of the United States," former judge Andrew Napolitano said. "The roadblocks are called obstruction of justice."
"Just like you have a right to remain silent when you're arrested, you have a right to remain silent when the census comes," Andrew Napolitano explained.
"It's a can of worms, it's a new headache that the president doesn't need, it advances the law into Congress' court," Andrew Napolitano said.
"These facts that he laid out are so substantially similar to the matured allegations against Bill Clinton and Richard Nixon, it's clear where he was going," Andrew Napolitano explained.
"You're going to see the right to life people very harshly criticizing Justice Kavanaugh because this is the second time he disappointed them," former Judge Andrew Napolitano said.
"It is dangerous when presidents write their own laws, impose their own taxes, spend money how they want and Congress looks the other way," Andrew Napolitano, Fox News' senior judicial analyst, said.
"You can't just sit on it and you can't not show. Somebody will show up with handcuffs," Andrew Napolitano said.
"All the indications about Brett Kavanaugh were that he was a monolithic conservative that wouldn't even listen to the other side," said Andrew Napolitano.
"He certainly had read the newspaper reports of the complaints and he had a letter from Mueller himself complaining," Andrew Napolitano, a former judge, said.
"And the judiciary is the branch that decides what the law means, what the Constitution means and how it should be interpreted," the former judge continued, "rather than these threats about locking up the attorney general."
The President's personal lawyer called for Andrew Napolitano to reconsider his position.
Barr has "a very narrow, almost Jesuitical, understanding of the law" former judge Andrew Napolitano explained.
Former judge Andrew Napolitano said that the attorney general "was splitting hairs" in trying to explain his previous testimony to Congress.
Former New Jersey Superior Court Judge Andrew Napolitano, a longtime Fox News analyst, responded to President Donald Trump's Saturday tweet trashing him for his critical coverage of the Mueller report.
"Once they state something even related to a congressional purpose, the court, I think, will allow this to go through," said Andrew Napolitano, a former judge.
Former judge Andrew Napolitano also said he believes Attorney General William Barr will redact more than 100 pages of the almost 400-page document.
"There has to be accountability! There has to be a consequence!" said Pirro.
"The attorney general has opened up a can of worms," Fox News judicial analyst and former judge Andrew Napolitano said.
Fox News' senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano added that Cohen had accused the president of "at least four potential felonies."
In addition, a former senior counsel to independent counsel Ken Starr's Whitewater probe of President Bill Clinton tweeted that the actions would constitute "impeachable activity."
"He's exposed to more than 20 years in jail," Fox News Judge Andrew Napolitano said.
Andrew Napolitano says the scandal could be "very troublesome" for both AMI and Trump if federal investigators found that American Media Inc. did attempt to blackmail the richest man on the planet.
Andrew Napolitano did, however, say that declaring a national emergency would help Trump gain political points with his base.
Earlier this week, a redaction error in a court filing revealed that Paul Manafort shared polling data with a Russian operative during the 2016 campaign.
"The emergency declaration," Andrew Napolitano said, "allows him to mobilize assets, but it doesn't allow him to take or occupy property, and it doesn't allow him to spend money the Congress hasn't authorized."
Flynn's crimes are not "something to be tweeted about or made a joke of," Napolitano said.