From the July 9 edition of Fox News' The Ingraham Angle:
RICHARD GOODSTEIN: I'm saying, like all voters, they look at kind of the whole universe of things, and they have a president who stood up for Nazis in Charlottesville. That turned them off --
LAURA INGRAHAM (HOST): False, false, lie, false, I'm not going to let you get away with saying that on --
GOODSTEIN: Let's talk about it then.
INGRAHAM: He did not stand up for Nazis, no --
GOODSTEIN: He said “good people”, --
INGRAHAM: That's not what he said, he said he condemned --
GOODSTEIN: Well, we all heard him say it.
INGRAHAM: He condemned the violence, that's a lie, and it's repeated repeatedly --
GOODSTEIN: He said -- we all heard him say --
INGRAHAM: When did he say -- when did he say the word “Nazis”?
GOODSTEIN: He said there's “good people on both sides,” and we saw who was marching. they were wearing -- they were bearing torches and saying, “Jews shall not replace us.”