Last week, Corsi confirmed to CNN that he is "Person 1" and that the information about him is "accurate", which he repeated on CNN's Jake Tapper on "State of the Union" on Sunday.
"I know that my motivation is to tell the truth, and I will confirm that what is in the indictment about me is true, and I will confirm it if it is required in court," Corsi said to Tapper.
"So that means that you are willing to testify against Roger Stone in theory, if necessary, and you will confirm that ̵
"I'll be happy to testify when – I suspect I'm being summoned – and I drop the testimony wherever it belongs," Corsi replied.
"I'll tell the truth as best I can, even that's hard given the amount of information and the fact that I've said from the beginning that I'm not a human tape recorder." I can not press a button, and I can not remember in detail, in detail and detail the conversations, e-mails and events of 2016, "said Corsi.
"But I'll do my best to tell the truth, no matter who profits or distracts," he added.
When asked by Tapper if he knew which high-ranking election official was talking to Stone to hear more Wikileaks releases, as mentioned in the indictment, Corsi said he did not know, and he only had that What Stone had said he said.
"I agree that Roger wanted me to know about Wikileaks," he said. "I've never had any direct or indirect contact with Julian Assange, and my communication with Roger in July and August 2016 about what I thought of Assange was really a speculation on my part to connect the dots."
Last week, Corsi's lawyer Larry Klayman said that although it is clear that Corsi is being investigated by a grand jury, he does not believe that Corsi is being charged.
Katelyn Polantz of CNN contributed to this report.