LEWANDOWSKI: Let’s just talk about the author of the Newsweek piece. This is the same individual who said that he has information that George W. Bush was directly related to the 9/11 terrorist attack. This is the same individual who refused to fact-check this story with the Trump Organization.CAMEROTA: So you deny this whole — so you dismiss what he’s found, in terms of the connections between the Trump Organization and all of these foreign entanglements?LEWANDOWSKI: Look, if this author of Newsweek has direct information that George W. Bush was directly related to 9/11, then produce that information.QUINN: But that’s not the story here, Corey.CAMEROTA: That’s not about this story.[CROSSTALK]LEWANDOWSKI: That’s what he has claimed. But that’s what he has claimed. He has zero credibility. No, no. It is a point of credibility. He has said that George W. Bush was directly involved with 9/11. He has no credibility.QUINN: But what about this story?CAMEROTA: To the larger point, the Trump Organization will continue on with its foreign deals.LEWANDOWSKI: The larger point is this: He did not fact-check the story with the Trump Organization. That’s a fact.
CAMEROTA: Very quickly, I just want to clarify something. Kurt Eichenwald, I’m being told by my producers, said that George Bush ignored warnings before 9/11.QUINN: Well, that’s a fact.CAMEROTA: Not that he was involved; that he ignored warnings. Fact or not fact?QUINN: That’s a fact.LEWANDOWSKI: I don’t know. Is that true or not?CAMEROTA: Yes, it was sitting on his desk.QUINN: Yes, the 9/11 Commission found that.CAMEROTA: The warning was sitting on his desk in the days beforehand.QUINN: The 9/11 Commission substantiated that.LEWANDOWSKI: So he makes the intimation, at least, that George W. Bush allowed this to happen. That’s completely egregious.QUINN: No, that’s not the intimation.CAMEROTA: I don’t think so. I think it’s that he ignored warnings.LEWANDOWSKI: He has been a reporter who has failed to do his due diligence.