Glenn Beck Talks Trump, Libertarianism, & Orson Wells
Published July 5, 2016
38 min
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    Glenn Beck hosts the third highest-rated radio talk show in America - The Glenn Beck Program, and he is the founder of  He's also the author of 7 #1 New York Times Best-Sellers.  Today we talk about how Orson Wells inspired Glenn Beck's an early love of radio and why he went the independent route when he left Fox News to found The Blaze.  He shares his worries over recent incidents of people taking the law into their own hands, he reiterates his gravest concerns about Donald Trump, and he makes an impassioned appeal for GOP delegates to vote their conscience at the upcoming convention.  Glenn Beck also discusses why he will most likely be voting for the Libertarian candidate for President, and he makes the case for a Libertarian approach to federal government, drugs, and foreign entanglements.

    If you enjoyed my talk with Glenn Beck then visit where you can sign up for a free 14 day trial of The Blaze TV.  You can also go to to find out more about Glenn and which radio station broadcast The Glenn Beck Program in your area.  Check out his best-selling books on Amazon and follow him on Twitter at @glennbeck.

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