RUDY GIULIANI (HOST): I entered into a stipulation in a civil case so that we could put aside some of the issues about whether something's true or false and we can get to a constitutional protections that I have for it. In part because it's an Atlanta jury that would try that part of the case and you would have no chance with them and the legal part of the case is very strong.
So what I said was I'm not confirming or denying these statements, I'm not saying they're true, I'm not saying they're false, I'm just saying we don't have to consider them, you can consider them that we're past them, let's go to the -- let's go to the parts of the case that have to do with intent and the parts of the case that have to do with constitutional privilege.
I didn't apologize to anyone.
MARIA RYAN (GUEST CO-HOST): It's a regular legal procedure.
GIULIANI: It's a legal procedure to move a case on, where you don't say it's true, you don't say it's false, you just go beyond it.