Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said during an interview on CNN's “New Day” Wednesday morning that if he were still a sitting U.S. Attorney, he would prosecute Hillary Clinton.
As a prosecutor, Giuliani said, he would have Clinton under investigation for “about five different crimes,” although he didn't expressly say what those crimes are.
The former Mayor of New York City continued on to express the outrage he has for the Department of Justice, which hasn't initiated a criminal probe into Clinton's use of a private email server:
“I think it’s outrageous that the Justice Department is not moving forward with this. General Petraeus, a lot of other people have gone to jail.”
Giuliani added that he believes there is a “clear conflict of interest” between Clinton's tenure as Secretary of State and the Clinton Foundation, in addition to organizations that paid President Bill Clinton to speak.
Giuliani echoed the sentiment of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who condemned Clinton last weekend for her “criminal actions" that were "far worse than what Gen. [David] Petraeus did.”