CADDELL: That's right. Because they needed to put in those, you know, what you stick in computers.
COULTER: So, now that double agents is in jeopardy, he could be dead.
HANNITY: He could be.
COULTER: Don't trust the United States anymore. And unfortunately, the rest of the world doesn't understand you can trust us when a Republicans is in the White House, you just can't when a Democrat is.
CADDELL: I'm not going to make it partisan. And this element, this is really disastrous. And one of the things is in 2010 just before the election, Tom Donilon sat there and orchestrated the cartridge bomber incident as a public event when they'd already solved it. It is to make -- influence the election. He is a politician. He is not a national security expert. Now, it's like me being an astronaut.
But I'll tell you, there are political dangers for the president. As we saw with gay marriage, when 60 some percent of the people said, they thought he did it for political reasons, and the same kind of reaction about him overtaking credit for the bin Laden.
CADDELL: There are many people in this country, I have seen the polls, severe number of people, including many Democrats and independents think he is willing to do whatever he it takes to get re-elected, even if it hurts the needs of the country.
HANNITY: We had this last question which is very key. How big does this get? Because, you know, compare anything. I mean, those that have make comparisons to Iran. How big of a deal is this, if, in fact, the president and his team, or within his administration are leaking information that is putting people's lives in jeopardy, just to make him look good in an election year? Because that is what this allegation is. How big of a deal does this become, how does this impact the race?
COULTER: Well, I think it's huge. But the way it gets out is only through shows like this, Sean Hannity. It is not from the special prosecutor. Perhaps through the Congress. But the point is, it doesn't matter who leaked it. It's coming from the White House to make Obama look good. It sometimes comes from his mouth.
HANNITY: That is the key point.
CADDELL: Look, all they've got to do is they've got to bring in the Congress. You've got a special prosecutor, one of them has been a contributor of Obama since 2003 when he was in the state Senate for God's sake.
COULTER: The other one worked for Clinton.
CADDELL: And Eric Holder is, you know, we know what he does politically. It's like John Mitchell for re-election. It is -- but you know, the Senate and the House can call these people, put them under oath and do their own investigation. And that's what they should do.
HANNITY: You mean, like Eric Holder in "Fast and Furious," he may be held in contempt.
CADDELL: Yes. Well, the same guy who is doing the other. Yes, you know what I think about him.
HANNITY: Ann Coulter, it's so good to see you. Did you have fun on "This Week"? Van Jones is your new best friend.
COULTER: I did. He is my new best friend.
HANNITY: Oh, good grief.
CADDELL: Ann and Van were great together.
COULTER: Yes. I'm going to turn him into a Republican.
CADDELL: "The Ann and Van Show."
COULTER: Boy, I hope he doesn't hear that.
HANNITY: I don't think so. I'll take that bet.
COULTER: And my first interview, October 1, new book, will be right here.
HANNITY: Right here with Ann Coulter. All right. Guys, good to see you. Pretty scary stuff.
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