From the November 6 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered:
GREG GUTFELD: This is a thing that you're seeing more and more among people in the public eye. When they have a great story, they still change it. Everybody -- he would have been fine with his story, but he changed it. And I think a lie is often a coat of paint you put on a story that you're bored with. It's not necessarily for other people. It's for yourself because you keep adding things. It's like renovating an apartment. You just keep adding more. It is like putting a fresh coat of paint on a story. It's not like a deliberate, destructive lie like Hillary Clinton on Benghazi.