During a recent interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper and Michael Cohen --- Donald Trump’s general counsel and de facto spokesperson --- Tapper was momentarily caught off guard. What made him lose his professional cool for a split second? Cohen's outrageous claim that he'd never come across a situation where Trump stated something inaccurately.
"Seriously?" Tapper asked incredulously.
Glenn echoed the reporter's sentiments on his radio program Wednesday.
"This is quite possibly the greatest reaction of any reporter I've ever heard in all time," Glenn mused, whereupon he and his co-hosts ran through a litany of lies or "misstatements" by both Trump and Cohen.
1. You can legally rape your wife. Uh sorry, but women actually have free will, even when married.
2. Trump doesn't know the handicap reporter he denied mocking. Nope, the reporter says they were on a first-name basis for years.
3. The Art of the Deal is the No. 1 selling business book of all time. Ouch, when the numbers are crunched, Trump's book sold about 14 million less copies than How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie, published in 1936.
4. Celebrity Apprentice is the No. 1 show on television. Sadly, Nielson ratings do not support that claim.
5. South Korea doesn't pay the United States for U.S. troops that protect their country. Actually, South Korea has regularly signed agreements with the U.S., outlining their payment plan. The agreement covering 2009 to 2013 included South Korea shouldering the financial burden of about $694 million.
7. The free market is the way to offer affordable healthcare. Alrighty, then. How does that work with Trump's long-held preference for a single-payer program like in Canada or Scotland?
Trump also claimed a meeting with African American pastors was an endorsement of his campaign.
Watch the exchange with Jack Tapper and Michael Cohen, beginning around 1:56.
Featured Image: Republican Candidate Donald Trump arrives to speaks to the press with Rev. Darrell Scott(R), senior pastor of the New Spirit Revival Center in Cleveland Heights after meetings with prominent African American clerics at Trump Tower in New York November 30 ,2015 (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)