• With: Sharyl Attkisson

    O'REILLY: Yes. But in order to go after somebody, you've got to have the suspicion. And I assume you have a suspicion.

    You don't have to tell me. I don't want to get your lawyers mad. But I assume you have a suspicion.

    ATTKISSON: Well, I think I know. But I am just not prepared to go into that. So, we're continuing our investigation.

    O'REILLY: Right.

    ATTKISSON: There are multifaceted, you know, looks at what to do next and where we're going.

    O'REILLY: Sharyl, you've got to break it on this show.


    I mean, I guess you've got to break it on CBS.

    ATTKISSON: Break it on my own network first.

    O'REILLY: Yes, you've got to do that. But then you have to come here because it's a big story. You know, with Rosen and everything, I mean it's a big story.

    If it's organized, if it's from the federal government snooping on your computer, we've got to know.

    ATTKISSON: Let me just say, whoever did it, to come into a private citizen's home, whether I'm a journalist or not, and look in my family's computer and look in my work computer and go through it like they did, --

    O'REILLY: You sue their butt off.

    ATTKISSON: Well, it's outrageous.

    O'REILLY: You sue their butt off.

    ATTKISSON: It's outrageous.

    O'REILLY: OK. All right, Sharyl, thanks for coming and we appreciate it. And you'll keep us posted, you promise.

    ATTKISSON: I do.

    O'REILLY: Because I know you are a lady of your word.

    ATTKISSON: I am.

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