Maria Bartiromo: Very quickly before you go, I got to ask you about this exculpatory evidence you have seen. You broke the news on this program over a year ago that there was a transcript of a conversation between George Papadopoulos, I said that not you, and an informant where basically George Papadopoulos said to the guy, “No, I would never do that. That’s treason!” what else do we need to know about that exculpatory piece of evidence?
Trey Gowdy: Well, I want you to imagine this hypothetically, Maria. Imagine that you’re accused of a crime and this is your response. Number one, I didn’t do it. So, factually that’s pretty important. I didn’t to it. Number two, I would never do that because it is a crime for which you can be put to death and it is a crime against a country that I love. If that’s your response to an accusation that you engaged in improper conduct that is textbook exculpatory evidence. You really can’t draw off a piece of exculpatory evidence than I didn’t do it, I would never do it, it’s a crime to do it. So if that happened then the court needed to know about it.
Maria Bartiromo: This is a little more information that you gave us than that that transcript that you have to believe John Durham is looking at and everyone is looking at in charge because it was not given to the FISA Court to get those warrants. They say two of those four warrants were unlawful. I’m putting my money on more than two were unlawful.