Glenn Beck: Delusions of Grandeur? Huffington Post
Former Fox News Channel firebrand Glenn Beck, who has been reinventing himself since leaving the cable network in June 2011, has unveiled a new set that duplicates the appearance of the Oval Office, The Huffington Post reports.
Beck posted photos of the set on various websites.
The story reports: “Beck has built an exact replica of the Oval Office for GBTV, a spokesperson said. He'll be using the set for a series of weekly speeches about ‘the things we wish the President would say to the American people -- or the things he should say.’"
Beck’s first speech is scheduled for Wednesday. The spokesperson said the speeches will be three or four minutes long and "Reagan-esque in tone," the story notes.
The Huff Post adds: “It won't be the first time Beck does a segment in the style of an Oval Office address. He assembled a makeshift Oval Office set last March and spoke about the devastating earthquake in Japan because he wasn't satisfied with Obama's statements about the tragedy.”