TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Now, I heard today -- in fact, on our air, I heard Judge Andrew Napolitano say that the -- what the president has admitted to doing is a crime, quote, “It's a crime." Is it a crime? You are a former federal prosecutor.
JOE DIGENOVA: Well, I think Judge Napolitano is a fool, and I what he said today is foolish. No, it is not a crime.
Let me underscore emphatically that nothing that the president said on that call or what we think he said on that call constitutes a crime, and even if he had said, “You're not going to get the money," it would not be a crime.
I was watching Nancy Pelosi today as she struggled to keep her dentures in her mouth, giving this statement, called this an official impeachment inquiry. It is not.
The only way you can have an official impeachment inquiry is by a resolution being passed on the floor of the House, calling for an important impeachment inquiry and authorizing an investigation. That has not occurred. What she did today was a head-fake to placate the nuts on her left.