Former Deputy CIA Director Michael Morell said Friday that he thinks foreign intelligence agencies were able to hack into Hillary Clinton's private email server and obtain the former secretary of state's correspondence.

Morell, who served as both the deputy director and acting director of the CIA during his 2010-2013 tenure, made the statement during a radio interview on the Hugh Hewitt Show Friday afternoon, reported Politico.

"As a professional matter, do you believe at least one, or perhaps many, foreign intelligence services have everything that went to and from that server?" Hewitt asked Morell.

"I think that foreign intelligence services, the good ones, have everything on any unclassified network that the government uses," Morell responded.

Morell continued, saying he doesn't "think that was a very good judgement" for Clinton to use the private email server for official State Department business.

"I don't know who gave her that advice but it was not good advice," he said. "She's paying a price for it now. It was not good."

Listen to the interview here:

In April, another former top spy official, Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, who ran the Defense Intelligence Agency, told Fox News' Megyn Kelly that he believes the chances that Clinton's private emails were hacked is "very high," reported The Weekly Standard.

Kelly asked, "What do you think the odds are that the Chinese or the Russians hacked into that server and her email account?"

"Very high," Flynn responded. "Likely."

"Really?" Kelly asked.

"Yep. Likely. They're very good at it. China, Russia, Iran, potentially the North Koreans. And other countries who may be 'our allies' because they can."