CALLER: I'm a marathon runner and I want to know if you have a higher VO2 max -- because it's a respiratory illness -- does that give you a better chance at -- because i'm 54 years old, I'm not young, I'm not old -- do I have a better chance of fighting it off, than, say, perhaps, somebody who is sedentary?
BETSY MCCAUGHEY: Of course. Of course you do. This is a lung disease, so the healthier your lungs are, the better your chance -- it doesn't mean you won't get infected, but you can battle the virus better.
Smokers are extremely vulnerable. Vapers are not doing well, but if you --
SEAN HANNITY (HOST): That's actually not true. There was an article, about a medical study that showed that vaping, the whatever -- "propapol something chloride" in a vape is actually preventing people from getting --
MCCAUGHEY: Well, I saw that, I saw that, Sean, but I want to tell you that --
HANNITY: Don't speak out against my vaping. I like vaping.
PETER CONSTANTINO: Sean, that propylene glycol is not proven -- it also has other side effects. I don't think we can consider vaping therapeutic --
HANNITY: I think it's extremely therapeutic. For me only, nobody else.