"FOX News Sunday" host Chris Wallace weighed in on the spin cycle surrounding the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
CHRIS WALLACE: The spinning that's been done by the President's defenders over the last 24 hours since this very damaging whistleblower complaint came out, the spinning is not surprising, but it is astonishing and I think deeply misleading.
Let's look at what the whistleblower says. The whistleblower says there was a troubling call in which the president asked the Ukrainian president to investigate and look at the allegation of misdoing by Vice President Biden and his son. We now have a rough transcript of that phone call and that's exactly what happened. The whistleblower, back in August, said that for a very unknown and surprising reason the administration had held up aid to Ukraine. That was not widely known at the time but it turns out to be the case. And the whistleblower also said that Rudy Giuliani was having a number of contacts with Ukrainian officials and acting, in effect, as his own State Department. And that also turns out to be true.