Trump Derangement Syndrome was in full swing following President Trump's joint press conference with Russian leader Vladimir Putin on Monday. Many, including the New York Times, Former CIA Director John Brennan, and Sen. John McCain all dubbed President Trump a "treasonous traitor" for what they believed was a tragic mistake. But it was pure hyperbole. The short answer is that yes, it was bad. Was it treasonous? No.
The fallout and the wild accusations of treason are what will fuel Trump's reelection come 2020 asserted Glenn on Tuesday's episode of "The Glenn Beck Radio Program." But there are four things to note while analyzing the whole Trump-Putin dynamic that Glenn focuses in the clip above.
For one, when Glenn says that "the media has done to Donald Trump what it's done to the rest of the country" he means that they've done everything in their power to delegitimize him in several ways. From Russian meddling to harping on the fact that Hillary won the popular vote to labeling him a white supremacist. All have been an attempt to not only marginalize his base but to completely delegitimize his presidency, and the hyperbole surrounding this summit was no different.
1. Trump beat Hillary because people didn’t like or trust her and they wanted an outsider. 2. Russia is hacking Am… https://t.co/jNuo6OOcyy— Glenn Beck (@Glenn Beck)1531796133.0
Aaaannnndddd your point is ..? Just to be clear Justify won the triple crown only because he finished first in th… https://t.co/7CykrLFJXV— Glenn Beck (@Glenn Beck)1531795796.0