Glenn played audio of "absolutely a home run" of a prediction Senator Marco Rubio made about Russia in the last debate.
"This is exactly what happened and is happening now in the Middle East with Russia," Glenn said.
Listen to the audio and get Glenn's reaction below.
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors.
GLENN: I want to play something that Rubio said. Made a prediction about the -- in the debate, the last debate about Russia, that is absolutely a home run. This is exactly what happened and is happening now in the Middle East with Russia. Listen to this.
MARCO: Here's what you're going to see in the next few weeks. The Russians will begin to fly combat missions in that region, not just targeting ISIS, but in order to prop up Assad. He will also then turn to other countries in the region and say, "America is no longer a reliable ally, Egypt. America is no longer a reliable ally, Saudi Arabia. Begin to rely on us."
What he is doing is he is trying to replace us as the single most important powerbroker in the Middle East, and this president is allowing it. That is what's happening in the Middle East. That's what's happening with Russia.
VOICE: Thank you, Senator Rubio.
GLENN: Thank you, Senator Rubio. Everybody forget what he just said.
PAT: That's what it sounds like.
GLENN: That's as good as what Romney said about Russia.
PAT: Yeah. And he was told that the '80s were calling and they wanted their policy back.
GLENN: Yeah, and he was exactly right then. Now here is Rubio saying the same thing. I don't know. Does Rubio have the same advisers that Romney had on foreign policy? Possible.
STU: Yeah, there's some -- there are some people who say there's some closer ties there.
STU: There's supposedly a big fight going on now that's brewing between Rubio and Bush. That's the new --
PAT: And they were good friends.
STU: They were. They were good friends at one point. But now apparently that's gone now to the rivalry station.
GLENN: Why? What's happened?
STU: I mean, they're competing against each other. But I think now they're starting to outwardly criticize one other, which was not something they were doing earlier.
PAT: Yeah, but you're destined to do that.
GLENN: You're running against him. It doesn't mean you hate him.
STU: Right. I guess there's certain --
PAT: Hard feelings now.
PAT: I think there's hard feelings on the part of Jeb because Rubio once said he wouldn't run against him -- or he alluded to that, that he wasn't going to run against him because they were friends and whatever and now he's in it. And so, you know, there might be some hard feelings there. But I'm sorry, Jeb, you suck. And so you need to be run against.
GLENN: No, I don't like this whole -- I don't like this whole friendship thing on --
PAT: Yeah, the phony friendship.
GLENN: Yeah, the phony friendship. Look, you guys can be friends. But that doesn't mean I have to support you and I have to not say that you're wrong on things. You know, I don't -- I shouldn't -- I shouldn't be -- I shouldn't need friendship to stop me from being unfair to you. You know what I mean?
GLENN: So I don't have to be your friend to not be unfair.
GLENN: I should never be unfair. But I'm going to say, "Look, he's my friend and I like him, but he's wrong on this, sorry."
STU: Yeah, and I know it's against standard groupthink, but sadly we don't live in a country where I can prevent people from being friends. Sadly. But I will be honest, I'd prefer if they weren't. Because when you have friends, you do things for them to help them that aren't necessarily the best thing for the country. And that's what keeps happening with policy after policy. These guys are like, "I'll bend a little bit to you because we went out and had drinks last night." It's the exact thing Rand Paul was praising and beating up Ted Cruz about. That's what I like about Ted Cruz. I don't want those things to go on.
PAT: You brought up Orrin Hatch on your Facebook page, Glenn. And that's such a great example of this because of his friendship with Ted Kennedy which I think ruined Orrin Hatch in the Senate. He campaigned as a guy who was going to stop the policies of people like -- and named him by name -- Ted Kennedy. Then all of a sudden they're doing backyard barbecues together.
PAT: And they're head over heels in love for years. I mean, I don't mind if you're friends, but how can you be when the guy is the polar opposite of everything you believe supposedly?
STU: I don't mind you being acquaintances. Friends -- if you're close friends, it winds up -- it causes issues with these guys. They can't handle it. Obviously.
Featured Image: Republican presidential candidate U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) speaks during a Americans for Peace, Prosperity, and Security national security forum event at the Cedar Rapids Public Library on October 2, 2015 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Rubio answered questions from moderator Jeanne Meserve about national security issues ranging from Russia and ISIS to cyber security and China. (Photo by David Greedy/Getty Images)