FIGLIUZZI: "Well he is already saying look, we will fight and I want everybody to fight, I don’t like the word fight because we know from history that Trump can actually incite violence and that could happen. Here’s what I’m worried about long term, Trump has successfully eroded public credibility in our institutions. Here he has been able to literally dictate what the attorney general the United States does. It church asking we are watching. His decision to announce early that he is running as a candidate for president, and mitt ali Garland has told us but was a part of his decision-making on appointing a special counsel. We have somebody who now is that hey, I am a candidate for president. He is in that early, hasn’t it against the wishes of many of the leaders of this party. He is doing it because he thinks it’s some kind of shield and it will help and portray himself as a victim. That bothers me as a career DoJ official right? A bad guy, someone under investigation can dictate high-level decision-making. And ultimately Jack Smith is going to have to make recommendations to the very man who appointed him the attorney general and that attorney general will have to say yay or nay. We are really kind of playing a game here and it is being dictated sadly by a former president who appears to be the subject of an investigation. I worry about that because for the longer term, we are going to see more calls for special counsel. You mentioned a clip earlier, Hunter Biden issue well okay, if there is a pending case that DoJ we believe there is, a pending case that DoJ against Hunter Biden. If that will necessarily have to involve looking into whether Joe Biden benefited from international business dealings of his son, while then you will hear demands for a special counsel appointed by Merrick Garland. How far does this go? Can we have a Department of Justice that resources credibility and says look, we are the neutral finder of fact and we are going to be that institution, you can rely on or no, we will have to keep appointing special counsels every time somebody cries politics. That is my concern."