AINSLEY EARHARDT (CO-HOST): New York Times has a story, front page of the newspaper this morning, hold that up, Steve. And it says, “Money to Ukraine tied to inquiries, Bolton book says." So John Bolton allegedly gave -- somehow they got their hands on his memoir that happens to be available for presale on Amazon today. And he says that the president did say quid pro quo, “we're not going to give you this money unless you investigate the Bidens.”
STEPHANIE GRISHAM (WHITE HOUSE PRESS SECRETARY): Yes. Well, as the president tweeted last night, that's just not true. And actually, Ainsley, I would say that I agree with you. I think the timing of all of this is very, very suspect. You know, our team just went on Saturday and in two hours and did all of the hours and hours in 24 hours that the Dems did in the senate trial. And it's very clear the president did nothing wrong. And then suddenly, this manuscript has magically appeared in the hands of the New York Times making very, very big claims. This is why a publisher -- the same publisher that [former FBI Director James] Comey used, also. And the fact that magically, again, you know, the book ordering online -- pre-order link popped up a couple hours after all of this hit. It's sad but I think the timing is very suspect, and again, as the president said, that's just not true. The president did nothing wrong, and we stand by exactly what we have been saying all along and exactly what the transcript has been showing all along.