BRET BAIER (ANCHOR): This development with the complaint actually coming out, being declassified, and actually reading it is different than what we've seen already. The transcript was yesterday of the phone call, the transcript as the White House describes it. This is the whistleblower's thoughts and who he talked to, not specific names, but the number of people. It goes into concerns about locking down all the records of that phone call, the process of where they believe that this was a cover-up. And the challenge here, as you read this, is that you'll be reading it as if it's the Bible, not knowing what the motivations are, not knowing the credibility of these people, and there's no pushback on the other side as far as questioning this anonymous person. That's what this hearing today is really going to lead to, and I think some of the questions will go down that road to the Director of National Intelligence.