MIRANDA DEVINE (GUEST): Look, I think we've seen quite a bit that's useful. It's not really the smoking gun we'd hoped for. I feel that Elon Musk has held back some materials -- in particular, there's a Tweet in which Matt Taibbi says, well, he hasn't seen any evidence that law enforcement specifically warned off Twitter from our story. That’s just not correct. I've seen a sworn affidavit from Yoel Roth, the former head of Twitter’s Trust and Safety. He was meeting every week before the election with FBI and other intelligence officials.