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Published On: Thu, Sep 10th, 2015

Glenn Beck: Donald Trump a ‘third grader,’ Sarah Palin a ‘clown’

In the wake of a gathering at the capitol, radio host Glenn Beck slammed GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump on Thursday, saying he is more concerned about the Iran nuclear deal than the businessman’s “third-grade politics.” Beck also confessed that he’s “embarrassed” to have supported Sarah Palin.

“I’m telling you, dealing with Donald Trump is like dealing with a third grader,” the conservative media personality said on Thursday broadcast.

“And I’m not dealing with a third grader anymore because the world is on fire,” Beck said. “Enough of the third-grade politics. Grow up, Donald Trump.  Grow up.”

Thousands gathering at the Stop the Iran Nuclear Deal Rally in Washington, D.C. Wednesday afternoon. Trump also spoke at the event, as did Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), another White House hopeful. Beck admitted on Thursday that he has repeatedly clashed with Trump about appearing on his broadcast.

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“[I’m not going to] kiss the ring,” he said of Trump, the front-runner for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination. “You want to come on the show, great. You don’t want to come on the show, great.”

“You’re having this conversation while people are dying and we’re talking about a deal that will vaporize millions of people?” he asked of Trump’s campaign. “Really?  We’re having this petty conversation.”

Beck also slammed former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-Alaska) for cozying up with Trump during Wednesday’s rally.

“I’m embarrassed I was once for Sarah Palin,” he said of the 2008 GOP vice presidential nominee. “I don’t care what Sarah Palin says anymore,” Beck added after seeing her speak with Trump. “Sarah Palin has become a clown.”

Beck recounted the response to the event and how a British reporter’s first reaction was: “Can you tell me what happens if Hillary Clinton is elected?”

“I looked at her and — I mean, I was stunned,” Beck related. “I don’t even think I responded to her at first! I looked at her like, ‘Am I in some sort of a fever dream right now? What is this conversation?’ And I said, ‘Excuse me? … Did you listen to anything I just said? I have no idea what is going to happen with Hillary Clinton. We may not make it to Hillary Clinton! Are you that out of touch?’”

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