With the first words shared Clint felt an ice start to build around the room again. After getting out of POW status he felt like he was now getting interrogated by Natasha. He responded to her first question with what was obviously an answer that avoided the question entirely. "We don't pick and choose our mission Natasha you know that." He averted his eyes and instead looked at his gun and checked to make sure it was loaded and ready for action if the event of it being fired came up. The next task at hand was to answer the next question. "Fury wants to know why the program was reopened." Clint said with a sour tone. He didn't like the mission any more than the last one he had, but he still felt like this was a personal mission. Not because of what the program had done to him, but because of what it had done to Natasha and others such as Sasha. He saw it as evil and from his core he wanted it destroyed. That was where the mission started to go grey. It was true that Fury had given him orders to observe and report. What he was doing wasn't just that.
For the past month and a half he had been studying and organizing a plan to trap the key members of the program and erase them. He wouldn't kill them, but he would prove that whatever reasons they had for restarting the program were not worth their lives. He had hoped to get to the records room in an attempt to gather some allies in the dismantling of the Widow course, but obviously along the way he had slipped up. Landing him in the situation he was currently working though. "I figured Fury would have called someone else, but considering anyone else would likely be seen as some sort of act of war he went to you. Sorry to make you walk down memory lane Natasha." Clinton said. His voice and body language was very serious and above all filled the room with a slight uneasiness. The most damaging and uncomfortable thing for people in his and Black Widows line of work was the past and people who you have one with. Still what they had wasn't just a past. Working together made him feel like there was a future. A next mission or something like that. Basically a next date as it felt sometimes considering how much working together meant to him.
"We can talk more later right now we need to get out and it isn't going to be easy with the extra weight." Hawkeye's last comment had obviously confused Black Widow as she started to question him on what extra weight. Moving though the door and pulling Sasha and sitting her up he bent down and started to give her a quick look over. He then turned and looked up at his rescuer and stated his position. "I'm not leaving her." Considering how crazy an idea this was Clinton wasn't sure how Natasha was going to react. After all this girl had likely just tried to kill her a few moments ago.