Following Wednesday's rally against the Iran deal on Capitol Hill, Glenn Beck appeared on CNN with host Don Lemon to discuss the substance behind his opposition to the nuclear agreement.
Beck compared what President Barack Obama and supporters of the deal are saying about Iran to living next door to a couple where the husband keeps saying "I'm going to kill you," but the wives continue to have cordial relationship.
"My wife, your wife, you wives want to get together, that's totally fine," Beck said, still using the analogy. "But I want you to know, I'm watching you. The whole time -- I'm watching you. Because I don't trust you."
"I don't want you to get upset with me, but you're sounding a lot like Hillary Clinton," Lemon said, referring to Clinton's recent statement about distrusting the Iranians.
Referencing Clinton's ongoing email scandal and the alleged emailing of classified and top secret information via her personal mail server, Beck responded, "I don't think we go to her for what we should trust and not trust. I don't think she a good arbiter of that."
Watch the exchange via CNN: