MACE: “But I do want to see, at the end of the day, the special counsel, the DoJ, treat both of them equally. And there was some discussion earlier in the program about intent. Well, the U.S. code of law, it's really not about intent; it's about knowledge of having these documents in your possession. And so, we'll have to see where the investigation goes, but I do want to make that clarification. Intent is not really -- doesn't really matter in this case. It's the knowledge of do you know that you have these documents and storing them and not giving them back to the appropriate sources, like the National Archives."