Glenn Beck, a conservative pundit, radio host and former Fox News host who’s also the founder of TheBlaze.com, spoke in harsh terms about Republican presidential primary front-runner Donald Trump’s self-professed Christian faith, saying bluntly: The billionaire’s a fake on that point.
Beck, who’s endorsed Sen. Ted Cruz for president, made the remarks during a rally for his chosen candidate in South Carolina.
“Too many people are looking at Trump and believing that man has ever opened a Bible,” Beck said, Breitbart reported. “That’s the biggest crock of bullcrap I’ve ever heard.”
Beck also called Trump a threat to the country, and someone who had no business running America – someone who simply creates “gaudy buildings” for a living, and who was unqualified for the high White House office.
“I’m going to be very blunt with you tonight,” he said, Breitbart reported. “Donald Trump is very dangerous in my opinion. … [Trump can’t] come in and magically fix us. He’s gone bankrupt four times. You can’t declare bankruptcy as a country.”