That’s not what I said. That’s what people said I said. ... There were two reasons that we held up the aid. We talked about this at some length. The first one was the rampant corruption in Ukraine. ... The president was also concerned about whether or not other nations, specifically European nations, were helping with foreign aid to the Ukraine as well. ...I did then mention that in the past, the president had mentioned for me to time to time about the DNC server. He had mentioned the DNC server to other people publicly. He even mentioned it to [Ukrainian] President [Volodymyr] Zelensky in the phone call, but it wasn’t connected to the aid. And that’s where I think people got sidetracked this weekend at that press conference.
MULVANEY: Well, and a couple different things. You again said just a few seconds ago that I said there was a quid pro quo. I never used that language, because there is not a quid pro quo, but —(CROSSTALK)WALLACE: You were asked by Jonathan Karl, is — you described a quid pro quo, and you said, that happens all the time.MULVANEY: Well — and reporters will use their language all the time. So, my language never said quid pro quo.