"The bottom line is this deserves scrutiny by all media outlets, and if they pick and choose this and decide it’s not worth their time, I think that’s showing real bias," Ferrechio said. "It’s whether or not his son was coordinating to get him to talk to these Ukrainian oligarchs, and he was benefiting from it. It’s really dirty."
"I said it was last season. You’re saying it’s new. I think the bottom line is we don’t know what is real and what is fake in these emails if there is anything real in them," Stelter said.
"Yeah, but that didn’t stop anyone from reporting Mueller and the dossier," Ferrechio replied.
"I understand that you have a lot of resentment about that," Stelter hit back.
"Now we have ethics? Oh, OK," she said.
"Don’t you dare," roared Stelter. "Don’t you dare act like newsrooms didn’t have ethics in 2017 and 2018!"
"You can 'don’t you dare' me all you want, Brian," Ferrechio said. "I’ve been doing this for 30 years, so say whatever you want. It’s my view, and I have a right to say it."