Glenn went on Mark Levin's national radio show last night to talk about the big week here at TheBlaze and said something to Glenn that left quite an impression. Reflecting on the conversation, Glenn described Mark's comments as 'brave' 'kind' and 'gracious' - nothing but respect.
"Last night, I was on with Mark Levin. And if you know anything about talk radio and had been following us, our fans on talk radio, you guys listen and, you know, it's kind of like you know all of us. You're friends with all of us. Because you listen to all of us. We're all on the same stations. But we don't know each other," Glenn said.
"Sean and I only met a couple of times. When I was at Fox, I only saw Sean like twice maybe, three times, while there I was. And Mark and I had never talked before, never interacted. Didn't even have the same circle of friends."
"But if you listen, you might have heard a feud that seemed to be going on. And I don't even know how it started. I don't know anything about it. We tried not to play into it. Because I knew people were misguided. I just knew something was wrong. I didn't know what was wrong. But it was just bad. And you, the listener, had said to me, and I know you said to Mark and you said to Sean, you said, you guys, what is going on? You guys need to be better to each other."
Glenn revealed that 18 months ago, while really at the depths of his illness, he reached out to the other titans in talk radio: Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, and Laura Ingraham. He apologized for anything he had done to contribute to any antagonism between them, and asked if they could all come together and start uniting.
"Now I've become friends with Mark Levin," Glenn said.
Mark moved Glenn with his genuine concern for his health.
"I talk to him about it [on his radio show]," Glenn said. "And you could hear that he was genuinely concerned as a friend, and it was touching. It was honestly touching. And I said to him, you know, Mark, now, you can understand why I wrote that letter to you."
"He was the most gracious, the most -- one of the bravest men I've ever heard. Mark got on and said, You wrote me a letter. And he's told me this in person. You wrote me a letter. And I reread that letter several times. And he said, it was handwritten, and I know the time it took you to think of that letter and to write that letter. And he said, it was one of the nicest letters I've ever received. And here's what's amazing: He said to me last night on the air, but truth be told, I should have written that letter to you.
"That's a good man. That is a good man that will say that. And I just wanted to publicly acknowledge him and thank him for his being genuine, thank him for being kind," Glenn said,