MSNBC: Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) discusses meeting with the president on immigration, the GOP plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, why he says the party is moving too fast on health care and Trump's tweets. SCARBOROUGH: Speaking about when he's wrong. Obviously, his tweet on Saturday morning talking about Barack Obama tapping his phones at Trump Towers — BRZEZINSKI: (INAUDIBLE). SCARBOROUGH: Everybody in the intel community has said that is not the truth. You are, obviously, on the intel committee. I'll ask you what everybody was asked yesterday. Have you seen any evidence whatsoever that Barack Obama ordered any wiretapping on Trump Tower? COTTON: I have seen no evidence of that, Joe. But I would also say, a lot of the anonymous sources in the media are stating things that — that are very precise and not exactly the full picture either. When, for instance, the president spokesman denies that either the president or a White House official, quote/unquote, "ordered surveillance," that doesn't really deny very much if you understand how the foreign intelligence surveillance court records. SCARBOROUGH: Right. COTTON: It's a judge that would order those things. And it's the attorney general or her agent that would file that application. SCARBOROUGH: Right, so the president — COTTON: So I — these are — these are — SCARBOROUGH: So the president was obviously wrong on his face, first of all, saying that — you're exactly right, saying that Barack Obama ordered the wiretapping was ignorant of the president. I totally agree with you on that. But getting — then let's take it to the next layer, and that is the FISA court. Do you — does anybody in Washington, D.C. have any evidence that the FISA court ordered the tapping of Donald Trump's phones in — BRZEZINSKI: Trump Tower. SCARBOROUGH: Trump Tower? COTTON: Well, Joe, I'll simply say that the intelligence committee conducts regular oversight of the FBI and Department of Justice FISA court applications, as well as FISA court activity. And it's part of our broader view of Russian's malign activities to try to undermine confidence in our political system last year. SCARBOROUGH: Right. COTTON: I suspect — I suspect that we'll be looking into these matters. These are — these are knowable facts and we hope to learn them and we hope to be able to share them with the American people and share as many conclusions as we can, consistent with the protection of our capabilities. SCARBOROUGH: But, Tom, don't you — don't you — don't you know right now, Tom, though? I mean everybody else in the intel — I mean that's spoken out said there's no evidence of this. Can you say this morning that you've seen no evidence that — that the FISA court ordered Trump Tower to be tapped? COTTON: Well, again, Joe, you know, when you're talking about what the president said on Twitter, he's only dealing in 140 character tweets. Now, what — what general — what General Clapper — so what general — SCARBOROUGH: Right, but then you took it to the next level. And so I'm just asking — COTTON: Yes, let me say, what General Clapper said over the — SCARBOROUGH: Let's go to the next level and if he did know what he was talking about he would have said the FISA court ordered these. I'm asking you, as we take it to the next level and agree that he was ignorant in what he said in his tweets, if you take to the next level, then just a question about the FISA court. Is there anything evidence anywhere, from anything you have seen, that the FISA court ordered the tapping of Donald Trump's phones at Trump Towers at the end of the election? COTTON: Joe, again, let me be precise in the language here. I have seen no evidence of that — of such a FISA order. However, as General Clapper said over the weekend, as I believe General Hayden has said on your program, it is not uncommon to have what's known as incidental collection on any American citizen. SCARBOROUGH: Right. Oh, sure.