Hillary Clinton has made an inexcusable yet (given her track record) unsurprising move, by dismissing her undisclosed emails as a "conspiracy theory."
Glenn didn't mince words when he shared the story with his radio audience on Monday.
"I just think this game is over," Glenn said. "Nobody believes any of that crap anymore, do they? Do they? I mean, I think Hillary Clinton, I hope she gets the nomination."
Glenn said he thinks somebody like Carly Fiorina or Marco Rubio would "eat her for lunch" in a debate.
"Nobody likes Hillary Clinton," Glenn said.
Get the segment below.
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors.
GLENN: Hillary Clinton is dismissing the undisclosed emails that have been found as a conspiracy theory. Jeez, it's a vast right-wing conspiracy.
PAT: That's her deal every time. Every time.
GLENN: I mean, I just think this game is over. On both sides of the aisle, I just think this game is over. Nobody believes any of that crap anymore, do they? Do they? I mean, I think Hillary Clinton, I hope she gets the nomination. I sincerely hope she gets the nomination. Because you put her up against somebody like Fiorina or --
PAT: Oh, Fiorina will eat her for lunch.
GLENN: Yeah, Marco Rubio will eat her for lunch. I know Ted Cruz would eat her for lunch. But if you get somebody that is really likable, like a Marco Rubio, nobody likes Hillary Clinton. Nobody likes Hillary Clinton. What is she going to say, he's a racist? He's Hispanic. I mean, what is she going to say, that he's out of touch with the American people? She's been in power since 1992.
GLENN: She's completely out of touch.
PAT: She's 100 millionaire. Jeez. He's not.
GLENN: Yeah. I hope she becomes the nominee because he is -- yeah, he'll clean her clock. I think almost anybody on the Republican side that is not a Bush would clean her clock.
STU: Or a Trump.
GLENN: Yeah, a Trump. Trump would not clean her clock either. His poll numbers are coming down.
STU: Yeah, last poll, he's up one point now.
GLENN: Fiorina is number two?
STU: No, two is Carson. Three is Fiorina. Four is Rubio, I believe.
Featured Image: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton raises her arms stands on stage during the New Hampshire Democratic Party Convention at the Verizon Wireless Center on September 19, 2015 in Manchester, New Hampshire. Challenger for the democratic vote Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) has been gaining ground on Clinton in Iowa and New Hampshire. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images)