1. Various of George Papadopoulos leaving courthouse, driving away
2. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Breen, George Papadopoulos' attorney:
"We are very satisfied with the sentence. I think the judge really took everything into consideration. I think this is a very unusual case. I know some people will think the sentence is light. Some people may think it's heavy. But there's no doubt in my mind that the judge issued what he thought was a very fair sentence."
3. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Breen, George Papadopoulos' attorney:
"Well I think we're all somewhat satisfied at this point in time at least that we know Russian meddled in the election. There's no doubt about it. George was listening to his preferred candidate and his president of the United States opining that this was a witch hunt and it obviously was not. But when George went in on January 27, he was of the mindset this was not as significant as we have now all learned it to be."
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Breen, George Papadopoulos' attorney:
"His primary interest was to do what he thought the campaign wanted him to do, which was put Russian officials together with United States officials to work on some better relationship with Russia."
5. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Breen, George Papadopoulos' attorney:
"First of all, I think it is really stupid to lie to the FBI, especially when you don't need to speak to them. So I think most people who would read about this sentence would begin to educate themselves that they don't want to do 14 days because they lied to the FBI. I think it does send a message."
6. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Breen, George Papadopoulos' attorney:
"Our firm would in a second stand up if we saw prosecutorial or governmental misconduct. We have seen no such thing. We have seen no entrapment. We have seen no set up by U.S. intelligence people. As far as we're concerned, based on everything we saw, they did this on the square. And another important thing is we we received from the prosecutors search warrants, cover sheets of search warrants. We never received and have no reason to believe whatsoever that there was a FISA warrant involved in George Papadopoulos' case."
7. SOUNDBITE (English) Thomas Breen, George Papadopoulos' attorney:
"He was loyal to the Trump campaign and more specifically to Donald Trump - his chosen candidate."
George Papadopoulos, the Trump campaign adviser who triggered the Russia investigation, was sentenced to 14 days in prison Friday by a judge who said he had placed his own interests above those of the country.
Papadopoulos, the first campaign aide sentenced in special counsel Robert Mueller's ongoing investigation, said he was "deeply embarrassed and ashamed" for having lied to FBI agents during an interview last year and acknowledged that his actions could have hindered their work.
Defense lawyer Thomas Breen said his client was affected by Trump's cries of "fake news" ahead of the interview and was torn between wanting to cooperate with investigators and wanting to remain loyal to the president.