Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker announced Monday afternoon he is suspending his presidential campaign. Glenn shared his reaction on radio Tuesday, calling Scott Walker's move a sign of a patriot.
The GOP field is still loaded with candidates. Who will be next to bow out?
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors.
GLENN: If you're Scott Walker, do you stay in -- I mean, I think this is a sign of a patriot.
GLENN: Really, here's a guy who says, "Let's do the right thing. Let's make sure we get a good conservative." I like Scott Walker. This is a trick. He'll get everybody else to jump out, and then he'll be like, "Suckers." And then he'll jump back in.
STU: We just had him on. It was this week, wasn't it? Or late last week.
GLENN: I know. So he's supposed to call in today, during the show he's supposed to call in. I don't know if he's going to. You know, it would be a hard day to talk to press and face people after -- but I would really like names.
GLENN: I'd like to know -- because he said, you know, "I just want to tell others get out of the race and stop the frontrunner."
STU: And stop the frontrunner.
GLENN: And I think that's an amazing thing to do. What a sacrifice that is.
STU: It is. Because honestly he was in in second place a month ago. First place less than six months ago. There's a good argument, I'm sure from his advisers to say, "Look, just stay in. Don't do as many events. Don't go crazy with press. Let's just see what happens over the next few months. Show up at the debates. Why not? The whole thing could change. It's changed for you in just a few weeks. So why not wait until other people drop out. Maybe you'll rise back up."
GLENN: So do we have the list of who is left and who should drop out here?
PAT: Obviously Lindsey Graham. Gilmore.
GLENN: No, but he's looking for people who will pull from the conservative field. Jim Gilcrestmorelandson he's not going to pull from --
STU: He's not pulling from anybody. He's at 0 percent.
PAT: But you think he's saying conservatives in this race drop out?
GLENN: I think he is. So who is at the bottom of the polling?
PAT: Sadly, you have Jindal.
GLENN: Jindal. Rand Paul.
PAT: Yeah, Huckabee, definitely. Huckabee should get out.
GLENN: If you're going to say Huckabee, you have to say Rand Paul. I love Rand Paul.
STU: Lindsey Graham, out, right?
GLENN: No, he's not talking --
STU: Jim Gilmore doesn't matter. George Pataki doesn't matter. Jeb Bush will be in it for a while. He's still one of the top polling establishment people. Chris Christie doesn't matter. John Kasich doesn't matter. Huckabee, maybe. Rick Perry is out. Santorum, maybe.
STU: Then you have Jindal, maybe. He's thinking about -- talking about Jindal. Rubio, no. I think he wants Rubio in probably.
STU: Paul, Fiorina, Carson, Cruz.
Featured Image: Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker speaks at the American Action Forum January 30, 2015 in Washington, DC. Earlier in the week Walker announced the formation of 'Our American Revival', a new committee designed to explore the option of a presidential bid in 2016. (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)