Listen: U.S. Attorney General to release redacted Mueller report to public by mid-April
"You? Remember when everyone was making fun of the president for saying that he was Wyatt tap during the campaign Trump Tower was being wiretapped, and we got lost. A conversation about semantics, and he was lampooned by the media. But later it emerged that the president's campaign and Trump Tower or being surveilled by the intelligence agencies, which is obvious. That's exactly what he meant. And no one stood up. Then and said, oh, the president was right intelligence agencies were listening to his campaign. So didn't surprise me that journalists weren't ready to stand up and say, oh, we were wrong. And the president was right. That's not surprising. But it doesn't make it any better. It's not a fine moment for journalists and journalism is all I've done all my life. Wow."