GOP frontrunner Donald Trump said conservative radio host Glenn Beck is “a weird dude” who is “always crying.”
He also said former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is a “wonderful woman” who “likes Trump better” than Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), adding, “She likes what we’re doing.”
Trump responded to his recent endorsements from Palin and Duck Dynasty’s Willie Robertson,“a great guy,” during his campaign rally in New Hampshire on Monday night, but quickly moved on to bashing Beck, who recently endorsed Cruz.
Trump also criticized the National Review for publishing its “National Review Against Trump” issue, in which 22 conservatives bashed Trump, saying that it was “quite stupid” and that the National Review will be “out of business very soon.”
“Another one wanted me to be on his radio show,” Trump said referencing Glenn Beck, who was one of the 22 writers that bashed Trump in the National Review.
“He’s a weird guy. He’s always crying. He’s a weird dude…his show’s failing by the way,” Trump said of Beck.
Trump added that Beck got fired from Fox News and “it looks like it’s a bomb,” referencing Beck’s new show.
“I would have done it actually,” Trump said of Beck first asking him to do his show, but that Trump’s schedule was too busy at the time. “All of a sudden, he starts blasting me,” Trump added, saying he didn’t want to appear on the show after that.