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Mr. DeLay is confident that when the investigation is over ... they'll conclude he has done nothing wrong.
No one knows when this is going to end. DeLay is confident that when it ends, the prosecutors will conclude that he's done nothing wrong.
On its face it's not unusual for staffers to assist people trying to get a meeting with an executive branch agency and that would be something a member of Congress would not typically be involved with. That's staff work.
He is distressed. He's saddened that people he had worked with and trusted turned out to be doing things they shouldn't have done . . . I haven't heard him use the word betrayed but he's very, very disappointed.
We've been told on a couple of occasions that Tom DeLay is not a target. We are very confident that when the Justice Department completes its investigation he will remain not a target and will in fact be vindicated.
It has absolutely nothing to do with that. He had made this decision some time ago, before anybody heard anything about the Rudy plea.
To say he is bitterly disappointed is an understatement.
Tom DeLay is confident that when the truth is known and the investigation is completed, it will be clear he conducted himself properly.
Tom DeLay conducts himself consistent with the highest standards of conduct and he mandated the same for his staff.
As long as people are telling the truth, Mr. DeLay has nothing to fear from this investigation.
He's not apprehensive about this, because he knows he hasn't done anything wrong and he's confident that will be the ultimate conclusion.
The Justice Department has not approached us for any information or cooperation.