TUCKER CARLSON (HOST): Fair question, actually. So why wasn't that fact -- and it's not a small point, by the way, it's the point on which the entire impeachment hangs -- why wasn't that point included in Sondland's opening statement? We don't know, really. But here's one possible explanation. The statement was likely drafted by Sondland's legal team and all four of his attorneys, it turns out because we checked, are Democratic donors. The man seated next to Gordon Sondland today during the hearing, that would be a man called Robert Luskin. He has given over $130,000 to the Democrats over the years. Luskin also represented FBI informant Stefan Halper during the Russia hoax not too long ago. So is it possible that someone like Luskin was thinking about more than his client's personal interests in this case? Could impeaching public enemy number one have crossed his mind? We don't know, but it doesn't seem implausible.