From the August 8 edition of Fox News' Outnumbered Overtime:
RICHARD ST. PAUL (FORMER PROSECUTOR): What [special counsel Robert] Mueller is looking at is whether Russian operatives funded the Trump campaign to elect the president. That's the conspiracy, that's the campaign violations, that's the “collusion” between the two.
HARRIS FAULKNER (HOST): But 17 intel agencies have looked at this and said they meddled, but not to the benefit of one candidate or the other. I don't -- where else does it need to come from?
PAUL: Which is exactly right. Again, why would the president sit down when there is no strong allegation, there's no information that says that he was involved with this conspiracy of violating campaign finance laws. Or criminal laws at that. Why would you sit down?