trust," ann coulter. let's -- ann, great to see you. let's start with the president's former national security adviser now offering to testify in exchange for immunity but, apparently, no takers among either the intelligence committees of the congress and the senate, nor the fbi. >> interesting news. i'm not sure i'd read too much in the abstract into his request for immunity. in this environment right now, i think if i were representing the white house chef, i'd want immunity for talking about anything having to do with russia. i do think this whole, this whole russia hysteria gets more hilarious and conspiratorial by the day, though who knows, maybe there's something he shouldn't have done. lou: well, who knows is, to me, you know, that's the watch phrase of this. there is no evidence whatsoever of any inappropriate discussions or actions taken by anyone in the trump campaign or team with russia, yet here we are seven months later, and an fbi investigation still underway with people clucking in the corners of, you know, of every -- seemingly, every reception room in washington d.c.
get it right. lou: conservative commentator and firebrand ann coulter ns me here next. also tonight left-wing ds go nuts after two white house officials give the house intel chair, devin nuÑes, intelligence that showed the obama white house spied on the trump transition team. but isn't the real outrage the admission of a former obama administration official who says the administration was surveilling the transition team of president trump? >> i was urging my former colleagues and, frankly, speaking with people on the hill. it was more actually aimed at telling the hill people get as much information as you can, get as much intelligence as you can before president obama leaves the administration because i had a fear that somehow that information would disappear. lou: former house intel committee chairman pete hoekstra joins us. and kim jong un appears to have given the go ahead to his scientists to conduct another nuclear test, this as the white house and china prepare to meet next week. part of that discussion may well be how to best combat north korea's nuclear ambitions and threa
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