He was going around gathering leads. Most were good, some were bad. It wasn't his job to thoroughly check all of them, and note that it wasn't for public release (and obviously didn't come out until after the election). I don't understand the question. He "went to share it"? So your response to pointing out that you have no basis for your smear on Isikoff is to baselessly attack me. And I'm the tribalist? I think you should look in the mirror, friend. I mean that you're obviously regurgitating propaganda from somewhere. Republicans don't like the story so they're trying to discredit the source. That's normal behavior from you guys, unfortunately.