(CNN) — Glenn Beck condemned Donald Trump on Monday morning, calling him "a very dangerous man" after the billionaire businessman said his voters would stand by him even if he shot someone.
The conservative media star framed his recent endorsement of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz against Trump in an interview on "New Day" on CNN, explaining that he valued Cruz's constitutional principles opposite to what he sees as the potential abuse of executive power by Trump.
"We need a constitutional restraint on the executive branch," Beck said. "And Donald Trump I really truly believe is a very dangerous man. If you listen to the things he said this weekend."
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