HARRIS FAULKNER (ANCHOR): I don't often use the word irony, because I think sometimes it's overused, but I do find it ironic to see the president of the United States, who was acquitted in the Senate trial, calling out Nancy Pelosi, which some legal experts are saying she actually may have committed a crime by tearing up that document. Marie, what do you say about that?
MARIE HARF (CONTRIBUTOR): Well, Jonathan Turley's op-ed is clickbait, right? It's a joke, it's not serious. The idea that he's holding her to some extraordinarily high standard for ripping up a piece of paper while he has not been equally as tough on President Trump and people who work for him who, arguably, have committed multiple crimes throughout the time they're in office -- I get that it's fundraising catnip, it's also fundraising catnip on the Democratic side, too. So, this is working both ways. If you are a Trump supporter, if you are a supporter of President Trump and you are outraged by this but you are not outraged by the countless things he does every day that demean our civility and political discourse in this country, then I think everyone should take a deep breath and think about where their priorities are.