LEMON: "Let me just — so this is tough, because you have a death here, you have people who are injured. We could have had more deaths. We want to give — on one hand you want to give the president his due. But when you consider the language that we have been discussing over the last a couple of days, especially with Joe Biden getting into the race, what the president has said, making excuses, revisionist history about what happened in Charlottesville and on and on, one has to wonder as a thinking, rational person, if he means those words and if they ring hollow to Americans who have been looking for him to say those things and stay the course as Angela has said, instead of trafficking in bigotry, in racism, in anti-Semitism, in hate, and making excuses for us. I want to believe it. I want to believe it. But I sat in this very seat last night and gave a blow by blow explanation of why his revisionist history of what happened in Charlottesville and what he said afterwards, why it was a total lie. So how do we reconcile that as Americans? I’m going to be real here, I’m not going to sit here and pretend, what do you have to say, what do you have to say, oh, let’s hear the president. I’m going to be real. How do we believe him? What should we believe?
NAVARRO: "You don’t believe him. Like everything right now, the people who support him —"