Glenn Beck Walks Out Of Interview With CNN’s Stelter After Gotcha Question About The Blaze (VIDEO)

Glenn Beck appeared on Brian Stelter’s CNN program to talk about solving the problem at the border. Stelter used the opportunity to spring a question about Beck’s site “The Blaze” with no warning. Beck was so annoyed, he ended the interview and walked off. Good for him.

FOX News reports:

Glenn Beck walks out of tense CNN interview before Brian Stelter asks why his company was ‘imploding’

Glenn Beck, conservative commentator and CEO of TheBlaze, walked out of a CNN interview Sunday morning after he was questioned about the future of his company.

In the interview with “Reliable Sources” host Brian Stelter, which focused mainly on recent family separations at the border, Beck was asked to respond to a Daily Beast report which said his conservative media company “imploded” after it underwent another round of layoffs.

“Wow, Brian. Thanks a lot. I think that’s the most ridiculous question I’ve ever heard,” Beck told Stelter. “I’m sitting here getting ready to talk to you about the detaining of children and parents, and trying to break families apart.”

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“We want to stop it and you want to play those games? Have a nice day,” Beck said, before removing his mic and walking off camera.

After Beck’s abrupt departure, the media host asked, “What game did I just play?”

Watch the video:

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It’s amazing that Stelter has no idea why Glenn was offended.


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