GERALD MORGAN (CO-HOST): And you wonder why people don't trust our institutions. The spokesperson for the White House, for the President of the United States, says we're not going to discuss something that is public knowledge from the other individual who has waived any confidentiality problem whatsoever –
STEVEN CROWDER (HOST): Well, a true lady doesn't strip a fundamental rights and tell.
MORGAN: Then she's not a lady.
DAVE LANDAU (CO-HOST): I'm surprised she doesn't answer everything by just going, I'm a lesbian. Next question.
MORGAN: And if you have a problem with that it's because you don't like lesbians.
CROWDER: Is she, though? Is she, though?
LANDAU: Is she a lesbian? I don't know.
MORGAN: She is a lesbian. She has a wife.
CROWDER: Yeah I know she says that.
LANDAU: But is she?
MORGAN: You think it's a beard, the other way?
LANDAU: Well, maybe she swings around.
CROWDER: I think it's a big old muff to throw us off the scent.
MORGAN: That's true. Whenever she's that bad at her job she's got to have something going for her.
CROWDER: Yeah. It's a decoy beaver.
LANDAU: Throw us off the scent.