It has been rumored Donald Trump could launch his own TV network if he falls short of the presidency in November, but TheBlaze founder Glenn Beck warned Sunday that starting a news outlet is "a lot harder than you think."
He told CNN's Brian Stelter it is important — as a network leader — to work with other people and expand the audience. But Beck admitted if Trump only wants to speak only to a particular crowd, he will be "fantastic" at doing so.
"If you just wanna juice your own people up, then the over-the-top, OTT, is the greatest thing and Donald Trump will be fantastic at it," Beck said, using a term to describe online Netflix-style streaming services. "Because you can just keep juicing those people up in crazier and crazier things and they'll just keep paying you money and you'll make $20 million a year."
Watch the interview on "Reliable Sources" below: