SEAN HANNITY (HOST): Again, there's nothing in the president's call, at all. He released it. There's like 60 people on the call -- wonder if that means any time I've talked to him, if he -- if it's being recorded. That's not going to bode well for me. Good grief.
LYNDA MCLAUGHLIN: I assume everything is being recorded.
HANNITY: Yeah, it's true.
MCLAUGHLIN: As a result, I say the most ridiculous things possible, so at least when the agents are listening, they have something really interesting to report.
HANNITY: Sometimes -- sometimes I've gotten so paranoid, you just start talking to them. "By the way, for those of you listening on the other end that shouldn't be listening, hello. Hope you're having -- hope you're having a good day."
MCLAUGHLIN: Oh yeah, totally. I mean, I'll literally say the most ridiculous stuff. And I was talking last night when we were on our trip back from California to somebody there, and I was saying something about hotels, and you know, you're traveling one ways to the other, and they were like, “Oh yeah, I just assume all the rooms are videotaped."