Listen: FBI, President Trump, White House discussed on Houston Morning News
"Of bed faith, not necessarily on her part. But on the part of the Democrats on this is so heavy that if you can't smell it have you looked at and but nonetheless, you know, the president feels that way about it. But he's not saying and the Republicans on the committee are being very careful about what they. Say as well. Reason. Action coming up. You don't want to inflame the me too movement. What I think the Republicans are going to try to do is to say, look, we had we she. She emerged. We opened the committee tour we set a date we gave her a week to prepare. Her lawyer had previously indicated that she was prepared to testify now, apparently she's not and she wants to tell us how to conduct the investigation or her lawyer does. And and my sense is that the Republicans will move for the Democrats will scream bloody murder that this is a failure to investigate this properly in the FBI should be involved in all the rest of it. It'll be up to the White House as to whether the FBI gets involved in the word. We're getting from there is not gonna do this. Why would you get the guy involved Thirty-seven-year-old case? What are they what are they gonna find out? Yeah. And you know, I was I was yesterday. We were speculating is it doesn't meet federal standards dozen. The FBI has said, no. If you want a reporter reported to the local police and they're the statute of limitations has run out. There you go if it was even a crime to begin with there. Go next the bottom line, right stall, stall stall. That's what we're trying to do here. That's what they're trying to do here. Five twenty five year. Newsradio seven forty K theory. The men's clinic. I oftentimes talk to you early in the morning about that. If you're up this early in your dragging yourself out of."