HAROLD FORD, JR. (CO-HOST): I hope that all the facts come out and if the president remains innocent, because he's innocent now, and he's proven innocent, I'll be the first to say on this show that a lot of what you're saying is probably right.
JESSE WATTERS (CO-HOST): Well, he's assumed --
FORD: But Jesse, if I'm willing to do that, some people need to be willing to say, "The president had the warrant and he had the receipt and he said he didn't.
WATTERS: It's not about that.
JEANINE PIRRO (CO-HOST): That's not a crime, c'mon. That's not a crime. We're talking abuse of power.