日期:2019-06-20 07:00





What do you, what do you take away from the actual content of what the president said in that interview? A couple of things, number one, I don't know what's meant by the word information. Are you talking about something that's publicly available? In which case, you would need to call the CIA or the FBI? I am, Martha, a 100 percent confident and hopeful that this president and any other president would call the intelligence community and law enforcement if a foreign adversary would try to impact our election. I am confident that President Trump said that as much to make the Swalwell's and the Castro's of the world upset. As for any other reason, but the flip side of that is when you do pick up the phone and call, you have to have confidence in who is on the other end of the line. Let's assume he called in June of 2016. Who would he have gotten? Jim Comey. Someone who spent the last two years saying impeachment is too good for the president? John Brennan, is that who he is supposed to call? A guy that thinks he was treasonous and blown from the dustbin of history. Well, lead the case agent, Peter Strzok. So, the FBI also has an obligation to be so apolitical and so objective that nobody has any qualms calling them. I feel that way about the FBI. But look, Brennan is still talking about the president, Comey still talking about the president. So, I'm not sure which one of them people expected him to call in 2016. Yeah. It's an interesting point. Alyssa Milano who seems to have a lot of influence these days over certain politicians in what's going on, she's an activist and an actress.


She said that if this is the norm, you know, we are in big trouble essentially. There it is. Well, that's it, she said, referring to the president's comments in the Oval Office. If this is our norm, the nation will never recover, Trey. Is this the same actress that launched the sex strike a couple of weeks ago? I think it's the same one. Yes, she did, in fact. I don't follow her in Twitter. I do know this. Yes, she did. We are speaking of treason. I do know this. We have a robust, strong country. We are able to withstand lots of things. Yes. Including her acting, and a president for whom we may disagree with on the issues. I didn't agree with President Obama, but I didn't think it was an existential threat to the democracy. The hyperbole, I don't think it's persuasive. She's entitled to her opinion and I'm entitled to categorically rejecting it and not paying attention to it. Trey Gowdy, always good to see you, sir, from South Carolina tonight. Thank you very much. Yes, ma'am. We'll see you next time. Yes, ma'am.






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