I will be the first to admit I am not perfect and I make mistakes.
I'll leave it to others to try to determine whether or not that was unfair or not. I'm not the nominee.
Jim, I'm not aware of any formal requests from the Senate Judiciary Committee for these kinds of documents.
Well, first of all, let me say that - let me remind your viewers that I am recused from this investigation, and what I said this weekend is not anything new.
I feel very confident that that information should be sufficient for the members of the Senate to make an informed decision about John Roberts' qualifications.
Well, there is an attorney-client privilege here that needs to be respected, and it's a privilege that has been found to be worthy of protection by our courts.
But the Congress has made the determination that certain kinds of information can be protected even though the American people may want to have access to information.
In this job, you're going to make decisions. You'll say things that some people are going to love them, some people are going to hate them. It's just part of the job.
Our hearts and prayers go out to the people in London and in Egypt. We're very concerned about it. We are providing our expertise to aid in the investigation in London.
I have fully cooperated with the investigation and before the grand jury, and I'm quite confident at the end of the day that we'll know what facts are in this particular case.