Here is their exchange, with Ole Q's helpful editorial comments in brackets:
Smith: “Did you make any statement last week about Nancy Pelosi going to Mass at Trinity University?”
Wuerl: “That was a matter between the university and Nancy. They were offering their location, and the Mass was celebrated by a priest with faculties, and there was no reason to make any comment.” [Naturally, I, as an archbishop, am on a first-name basis with this mega-abortion-enabling, filthy rich politician. And there was no reason for me to comment on her attending that Mass; 50 million aborted babies over the last 34 years are no reason.]
Smith: “Do you intend to discipline her at all for being persistent and obstinate about her support for abortion and same-sex marriage?”
Wuerl: “I will not be using the faculty in the manner you have described.” [I, as an archbishop, would never use my faculty against pro-abortion Democrat politicians. So what if they keep aborting babies legal? They give our U.S. Church billions of taxpayer dollars for our projects.]
Smith: “Will you make a statement to your priests and deacons to warn her not to allow her to receive if she presents herself for Communion?”
Wuerl: “You’re talking about a whole different style of pastoral ministry. No.” [Why would I, as an archbishop, ever enforce Canon Law against a pro-abortion politician? "Pastoral ministry" does not include actually doing anything about all the little babies who are being aborted every day. But you uppity pro-lifers had better watch your step and stop rocking the boat.]
Comment: See, I told you ole Q's editorial comments in brackets would be helpful. Feel free to add your own comments and interpretations about Archbishop Wuerl's betraying the babies.