You take us to the events that led to people within this administration, to believe the vessel was thousands of miles away from its actual location.>> The president said that we have an armada going towards the peninsula. That's a fact, it happened, it is happening rather. The statement that was put out was that the Carl Vinson group was headed to the Korean Peninsula.
It is headed to the Korean Peninsula. It'll arrive there.>> It's headed there now, it wasn't headed there last week.>> Sure, but that's not what we ever said. We said that it was heading there, and it was heading there, it is heading there. So that remains->> The allies have-
>> If there was an impression, then there should have been clarification from people who are seeking it. But I mean release talking about what its ultimate destination was gonna be. And that's where it ended up. Kaitlyn.>> But why did the administration never clarify?>> What I was asked was what signal did it send that it was going there?
And I answered that question correctly at the time, that it signaled foreign presence, strength, and a reassurance to our allies. That's a true statement. What part is misleading? I'm trying to figure that out.