Carville reiterated his main point: that the Clinton are always accused of scandal, and they always end up being much ado about nothing. “At the end of the day, i predict this whole thing is going to amount to diddly squat,” he said.

Scarborough reiterated that the Clintons’ suspicious retention of evidence, as demonstrated by Clinton’s deleting emails off her server, always played a role in their exoneration, which was the point here.

“You say there was nothing there. [The Whitewater files] exonerated her,” Scarborough replied. “We don’t know, because they disappeared for two years and magically showed up…Give me the records for two years to play around with, they’ll would exonerate me, too.”