The biggest story over the last 24 hours has revolved around the FBI raid of Michael Cohen over his alleged "hush money" payment to adult film star Stormy Daniels in regards her reported affair with Donald Trump. Despite Trump's anger over the issue, one host on Fox News decided to split from his support of the president and explaining why the FBI was right for their actions.

Fox News on Trump

The FBI raided the office of Michael Cohen on Monday afternoon, seizing emails, tax documents and other records as it pertains to his payment to Stormy Daniels to keep quiet about her alleged affair with Donald Trump.

Cohen is now under investigation and could face charges of bank fraud and campaign finance violations, with time behind bars being a possible outcome. In response, Trump was not pleased, going as far as referring to the raid as a "witch hunt" that was a "disgrace" to the country.

The issue was highlighted during the April 10 edition of "Fox & Friends" where fellow Fox News host and contributor Judge Andrew Napolitano broke from his usual support of the president to defend the FBI's decision to raid the office of Michael Cohen.

"Mueller’s people stumbled onto proof of evidence of bank fraud on the part of Michael Cohen," Napolitano said, before explaining that the FBI is legally allowed to use the documents obtained in Cohen's office "in a courtroom or in a prosecution what they were looking for."

Double down

Andrew Napolitano then speculated that Michael Cohen has committed bank fraud, a serious charge that could put further heat on the White House.

"If he had to tell the bank what he was using (hush money) for and he misled the bank, that’s a problem," he noted. "If they indict him for bank fraud, they are going to try and squeeze him about what he knows about Russian collusion," Napolitano predicted, before explaining "it's unethical for a lawyer to pay a client's bills." Following the segment on Fox News, Trump fired off two tweets about the alleged "witch hunt" of the FBI, as his administration does their best to come up with a new defense and talking point.

Moving forward

As the pressure continues to mount on Donald Trump in the fallout of his alleged affair with Stormy Daniels, the adult film star is set to pose for Penthouse magazine, while giving additional details about her time with the former host of "The Apprentice." With Michael Cohen faces potential criminal charges, only time will tell how it all plays out.