Glenn Beck: Delusions of Grandeur?

Apr 10, 2012  •  Post A Comment

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.”



  1. If he wanted to look like the President, Beck would do his commentary from a golf course.

  2. Really Doug, That’s the best that you could do? God help this Country!!!

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