We could do a tremendous service to the country if we're able to do a credible investigation. And at the end of the day provide a report to the American people that has Democrats and Republicans on the same page. But if you have a chairman who is interacting with the White House, and sharing information with the White House, when people around the White House are the subject of the investigation.
And doing so before sharing it with the committee, it throws a profound doubt over whether that can be done credibly. I don't have a lot of details on it. The most, I think, he was able to say is that it was shared with him alone. So it doesn't appear to have been shared even with the other Republican members of his committee, and so all of us are in the dark.
And that makes what the chairman did today all the more extraordinary. And I think that, more than anything else I've seen, this makes the most profound case for the formation of an independent commission. Yes?