Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal joined Glenn for a special interview on TheBlaze TV, in which he described a closed-door meeting with President Barack Obama. Jindal recounted the "arrogant" response he received from the President after suggesting a way to lower student debt.
"I said, 'Mr. President, you are so worried about rising student debt, rightfully. And you brag about the power of the pen and the phone.' I said, 'There's something you can do about this without spending more money. What if you broke up the accrediting monopolies, because you are limiting competition in higher education?'"
Here's how Jindal described President Obama's response.
"He's talking to a room full of governors - Democrats and Republicans. He goes, to me and the other governor, 'Well, if we did that, there would be people dying in the streets, they wouldn't get the health care that they need, and there would be students getting ripped off because they wouldn’t get the education that they need,'" Jindal said.
"So what he is basically saying is, you guys, these states, you aren't smart enough," Jindal said. "You need the federal government to protect you from yourselves."
Watch the segment below.
In another part of the interview, Santorum shared his reaction to Donald Trumps comments on eminent domain.
Later, Glenn asked Santorum what he would do in response to the soldier who was discharged for hitting an allied police commander in Afghanastan for abusing a 14 year old boy.