"I do think the Republican Party's door needs to be open for Kent Williams and his supporters. If they want to talk to us, I think our door needs to be open to listen to their concerns, to listen to what they have to say. He has not apologized for his behavior as far as I know. He hasn't apologized for what he's done, and I think that's what Republicans would like to hear to start."
"So to ever even start down that road (to reinstating Williams), he's going to have to talk to (executive committee members) as well. Our door is open. I think we have an obligation to listen, but people's behaviors have consequences."
Williams doesn't seem ready to offer the apology. The speaker responds:
"I'd rather just talk to Mr. Devaney one on one, which I think we are going to do in the near future ... (but) the only comment I have is I haven't done anything wrong."
Maybe there is a way: Williams could apologize if he's offended anyone by lying and backstabbing and making a corrupt deal with the Democrats to humiliate Jason Mumpower and the entire Republican Party. Would that work?