HARRIS FAULKNER (FOX ANCHOR): Just one quick follow-up though with you, Cheryl, because I am curious to know. 50 million, when do we or do we ever as a public even need to see all of that? Can Republicans just simply lay out their case and vote on impeachment in a full House and move forward? Or do you think it's necessary for the American people to see every single document that they have?
CHERYL CASONE (FOX BUSINESS ANCHOR): Well, according to the polls, my apologies Leslie, but according to the polls, about half of America does believe this needs to be investigated and that Joe Biden potentially —
FAULKNER: No, that we need to see it.
CASONE: I would like to see it, yeah, I do want to see it. I think where the rubber meets the road is going to be the bank records. That's my opinion.
LESLIE MARSHALL (FOX NEWS CONTRIBUTOR): But it's not required. It's not required.
FAULKNER: It's not required and I just wonder where we are politically. People do want their issues to be worked on, and if it takes forever to show every piece of evidence or if you can make your case based on all that and do what you need to do, have things adjudicated that need to be, I just wonder, are we really going to hold everybody hostage for that or do we need to?