NICOLLE WALLCE (HOST): So Andrew Weissmann, my question for you is whatever happens from 4:10 P.M. today on, we now know that Fox knowingly lies to its audience as a business model. We now know, as Jeremy's describing, the panic it felt after accurately calling the results of an American presidential election forced them to change, not just who they are, but what they do. They started peddling knowingly lies on to the airwaves.
And you can't blame a bunch of rogue actors, rogue anchors. I mean, they knew at the top of the company, they knew at the board level, Paul Ryan and Viet Dinh and the others, they knew from the top to the middle, to the anchors. They also were in receipt of 3,600 communications from Dominion, in case any of them were unclear on the facts. They received and acknowledged receiving information correcting what was being broadcast on that network. How did they get themselves in this legal position, which doesn't look very good?
ANDREW WEISSMANN (GUEST): That is putting it mildly, Nicolle, to say it's not looking good. I mean, it's inconceivable that the judge is going to grant summary judgment for them, in which case they will be facing a trial. And they will have to decide whether they really are going to let the public see all of this dirty laundry and actually hear from these people.