LOU DOBBS: Let's start with the attacks on you personally. And I have to say - John has been attacked from the left certainly. But I don't know of another reporter - and I've said this on our air previously, John, just so you know - I don't know of another reporter who sources his work as rigorously and as comprehensively as you do.
JOHN SOLOMON: Thank you.
DOBBS: You're an example for every working investigative journalist in the country.
SOLOMON: Thank you, sir, that means a lot. Yeah, listen, politics is rough and tumble in Washington and unfortunately I'm in the middle of a political storm so I'm taking a lick here and there. But I think the most important thing are the facts hold up. They stand the test of time, that people who've looked at my stories realize everything is documented. And nothing has been challenged by these impeachment hearings. In fact, the most interesting dynamic is that most of Adam Schiff's witnesses have actually corroborated and confirmed my reporting when you get into the details. So I'm confident that the American people are going to be able to trust my reporting on Ukraine and on Russia and it's going to be able to stand the test of time.