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It's an honor to do this and yes, I believe that we have to be honest with American people, I think sometimes we can disagree with the facts. There are certain things that we may not fully understand we come up, but our intentions never denied you, Jonathan. Our job is to make sure that sometimes, and you are in the same boat.
I mean, there are times when you guys tweet something out, or write a story, and you publish a correction. That doesn't mean that you were intentionally trying to deceive readers and American people, does it? And I think we should be afforded the same opportunity. It's not just about a crowd size.
There is this constant theme to under cut the enormous support that he has. And I think it's just unbelievably frustrating when you're continuingly told it's not big enough, it's not good enough, you can't win. Like, we wanna have a healthy dialogue, not just with you but with the American people It's a little demoralizing to turn on the TV, day after day, and hear, can't do this.
This guy's not gonna get confirmed. No way they're gonna go through.>> Isn't that just part of the conversation that happens in Washington?>> No, it's not.>> And the scrutiny that comes with being president of the United States and
]?>> No. Look, I've been doing this a long time, and you've been doing this, too.
I've never seen it like this. The default narrative is always negative, and it's demoralizing. And I think that when you sit here and you realize the sacrifice the guy made, of leaving a very, very successful business, because he really cares about this country. Part of this is saying, when we're right, say we're right.
When we're wrong, say we're wrong, but it's not always wrong and negative.