Kevin Miller begins the show by previewing his exclusive interview with Governor Little  The governor stays with Kevin and answers listener questions from concerned listeners.  Kevin Miller looks at the transgender bill that is making its way through the Idaho Legislature.  And speaking of transgenders in the news.. For the first time ever, a transgender woman will compete at the U.S. Olympic marathon trials.  29-year-old Megan Youngren was born biologically male and began transitioning in 2011.  She was invited to the trials after placing 40th in the California International Marathon with a time of 2:43:52.  The IOC allows transgender athletes to compete as long as testosterone levels are monitored and remain below the threshold for 12 months before the competition. Youngren told Sports Illustrated that talking openly about the issue of transgender athletes is "the only way you make progress on stuff like this".  Kevin Miller asks the following questions:  How do you feel about transgender athletes competing in the Olympics?  Are the IOC's rules enough?  Do you think Youngren will qualify for the Tokyo Olympics?  Kevin Miller looks at a new book coming out soon. A new book claims to have new 'explosive' details on that tarmac meeting between former President Bill Clinton and former US Attorney General Loretta Lynch during the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails."Secret on the Tarmac" author and journalist Christopher Sign joined "Fox & Friends" and says "it was a planned meeting."  Sign says his book is a tell-all of "everything that they don't want you to know and everything that they think you forgot, but Bill Clinton was on that plane for 20 minutes and it wasn't just about golf, grandkids, and Brexit. There's so much that doesn't add up."

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