Fox: What is racist about me asking you about your pubicly paid employee and her hours, sir?
Goode: I'm going to send you a written response and talk to [other reporters present] about whatever they want to talk about.
Fox: Councilman, you have said that she has made mistakes. What are those mistakes, sir?
Goode [to the Daily News Reporter]: You have a question, Chris?
Ed. Note: The middle section is mostly inaudible, since Goode was walking through doorways and down the stairs with the reporters around him. This continues in the third floor hallway about a minute later:
Fox: Councilman, please explain to me why you walk in to your house with her, with a case of beer. What's that about? While she claims to be on the job.
Goode: First of all, let me explain this to you, I will give you a written response to whatever you want. Also, how I walk into my house, who I go into the house with, at any point, is my business.
Fox: It's okay for you to walk into your home, with a paid staffer, while she claims she's on the clock, and you've got a case of beer. Explain that to us councilman.
Goode: Explain what to you?
Fox: That she is on the clock, in your house, while you walk in, with her, and a case of beer.
Fox: Do you remember that incident?
Goode: No I do not.
Fox: Do your staffers, while on the clock, go to your home while you have a case of beer?
Goode: Absolutely not.
Fox: They don't? Sir, we absolutely watched it happen we have it on tape.
Goode: The issue is whether the time sheet was filled out that day or filled out another day.
Fox: What is she doing at your house mid-afternoon? When she's on the clock?
Goode: I told you I don't think she was on the clock.
Fox: You don't think she was on the clock?
Goode: I don't think she was on the clock.
Fox: Her time sheet says she's on the clock.
Goode: And I'm going to tell you the time sheet would have been a mistake. If it was filled out that day, then, that's a problem. If it was not filled out that day, then it's a mistake.
Fox: Why is she leaving your home at 11:30 in the morning appearing as if she may have spent the night there, sir?
Goode: Now you're being disrespectful.
Fox: No I'm not sir. That's what we saw.
Goode: You are being disrespectful.
Fox: Why would she leave your house mid-morning?
Goode: Leave my office.
Fox: Leave your house, sir. On camera. Leave your house.
Goode: No, no, leave my office. Leave my office.
Fox: I'm not in your office, I'm in a hallway. It's a public place.
Goode [walking into his office]: Now this is not.
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