BREAKING: After Fox News SUSPENDS Judge Napolitano- He REVEALS What Trump Told Him In SECRET

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Judge Andrew Napolitano has been temporarily cut off by Fox News for some controversial remarks he made on the Obama administration surveillance of President Donald Trump, but if new reports are true, the good judge may be headed to higher places- The Supreme Court! 

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Napolitano has revealed that he has met with President Trump and was told that he was on the short list for the Supreme Court if another vacancy were to arise.

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“He said, ‘Trump said I’m on the list,’” an anonymous source who spoke with Napolitano said. “He’s been saying that since the transition.”

Trump met with Napolitano to discuss filling the Supreme Court vacancy left by Justice Antonin Scalia’s death.

“The president-elect is focusing on his choices, or his choice, for the Supreme Court of the United States,” Napolitano told Fox Business. “We discussed the judicial attitudes, judicial temperament, judicial ideology and candidates for the court.”

“It was awesome to say the least,” he said. “Of course you know the president-elect has an opinion on everything, quite literally.”

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The Daily Caller reports that Napolitano is a graduate of Princeton and Notre Dame Law School. He served on the New Jersey Superior Court from 1987 to 1995, when he left the bench to enter private practice. He held adjunct appointments on the faculties of several law schools, and has written nine books on various legal topics.

He joined Fox News as a legal analyst and commentator in 1998. He has anchored various programs for the network and its subsidiary Fox Business over the past two decades. Since becoming a public figure, his on-air comments on several topics have elicited criticism for many quarters, and recently resulted in his suspension. For example, Napolitano suggested the federal government had not been forthcoming with respect to the 9/11 terror attacks.

“I think 20 years from now, people will look at 9/11 the way we look at the assassination of JFK today,” he told Alex Jones in 2010. “It couldn’t possibly have been done the way the government told us.”

He is currently suspended from Fox News after he claimed — citing three anonymous sources — that President Barack Obama had order a wiretap of Trump Tower in New York prior to the election. No evidence has emerged corroborating this allegation, though the chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, Rep. Devin Nunes, has suggested Trump aides may have been subject to or caught up in other forms of surveillance.

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(h/t Conservative Tribune)

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