GLENN: Really interesting stuff. We're running out of time. I'm going to give you the short version of the story from Ann Coulter and then get a long version. Because it's got some really amazing stuff what was happening behind the scenes with Megyn Kelly with the Trump administration. But here's the Ann Coulter. This is amazing.
STU: Yeah, because you kind of get that idea. What happened with Ann Coulter? Like she didn't seem like she was really on the Trump bandwagon for a while. And then all of a sudden was like hard-core on the Trump bandwagon --
GLENN: Yeah, wrote a book for him and everything.
STU: Wrote a book. In Trump We Trust. And now, seemingly, is off the bandwagon a little bit, pissed off about the immigration plan: Why aren't they building the wall? Why aren't they building the wall?
GLENN: Right. And she had written that his immigration plan was the greatest thing since the Magna Carta.
STU: Magna Carta. She said, if he -- I don't care if he aborts babies inside the White House, if he passes his immigration plan. It was like, who is this person?
GLENN: Right. Right.
STU: You know, whether you like Ann Coulter or not, it was a strange stance for her.
GLENN: And saying this is the greatest thing since the Magna Carta is pretty amazing.
STU: Yeah. So first time I've seen this reported. When Trump came under fire because his campaign hadn't produced a single policy paper, Bannon arranged for Nunberg, former adviser, and Ann Coulter, the conservative pundit, to quickly write a white paper on Trump's immigration policies.
PAT: It was her! It was her plan?
STU: So she tweeted it was the greatest political document since the Magna Carta, without disclosing she had written it.
PAT: That is unbelievable.