Reviewing the latest polls from this weekend, Glenn and his co-hosts discussed some of the problems the Democratic Party is facing on radio Monday.
Glenn pointed out about 20 percent of Democrats support Donald Trump --- and this could be pretty problematic for the Democratic Party.
"The Democrats are in trouble," Glenn said. "Their party has split and no one is willing to talk about this."
He explained why he thinks this is happening.
"There are many Democrats that don't feel America should be knocked off its perch," Glenn said. "They believe that we are a country that has done more good than has done bad. But that is not the feeling you get from many Democrats that run the progressive or revolutionary wing of the Democratic Party."
Listen to more in the segment below.
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors.
Rubio leads by five over Hillary. Cruz leads by four over Hillary in Iowa. In New Hampshire, Rubio by 12, Cruz by four, over Hillary. Trump trails her in both states.
PAT: Yeah, because I just said that stat about 30 percent of Republicans would never go out and vote for. This is in Iowa, would never go out and vote for Trump. And people are responding, well, that means 70 percent would vote for Trump. Yeah, that would be the worst number in history. If only 70 percent of a party would vote for their own nominee in a two-person race, that would likely be the worst number in history.
GLENN: It would be a bloodbath. People don't see it coming. It would be a bloodbath, even with Hillary, I think could be the lowest turnout of all time. Because there will only be a small percentage of both parties that are really diehard gung-ho.
STU: There will be a lot that really dislike the other party's nominee though.
STU: This would be one of those where -- I mean, there would be a lot of people motivated just out of, I can't stand the other person.
GLENN: Well, but you also have to take into account that there are that Democrats that do like Donald Trump. There are 20 percent of Democrats that say -- and this is where a lot of his support is coming from. I love these constitutionalists. This guy on Facebook, you know, accused me of -- "I used to listen to you because you were the Tea Party. You were the guy who was telling us about the Constitution. Now you're giving up on Donald Trump, and you won't vote for him."
I love the comment. So he said, "I hope that when Donald Trump becomes president, he deports you."
PAT: That's very constitutional.
GLENN: Very constitutional. That would be the kind of constitutional powers that Donald Trump and his supporters do understand.
GLENN: But, anyway, let's look at Donald Trump and his Democratic support here. What does this say? This is the real story. The real story is how weak Hillary Clinton is and how much trouble the Democrats are in. The Democrats are in trouble. Their party has split and no one is willing to talk about this. The party is a party that has left all of the New Deal Democrats away. They don't have anyplace to go. You have to go to a socialist and, quite honestly, people who many people think hate America. You have to go on that apology tour.
So here's what's happening with the 20 percent that will go over to Donald Trump. And I mean this with respect for Donald Trump and for those 20 percent of the Democrats.
He's a huge progressive. If you look at what he has always believed historically -- and please don't tell me about, "Well, he's changed." Show me his pivot point. Everybody demanded a pivot point from Mitt Romney on these things. And you couldn't show one. I could only show the one on abortion. Couldn't show a pivot point anywhere else with Mitt Romney. He just said what he had to say to get elected. And we now know that's true because of what he has said after the election. He was saying whatever he had to say to get elected. Pivot points matter.
But the press has been lying about this race. They've been spending all this time talking about the split in the G.O.P. But the real split is the Democrats. The New Deal-style Democrats that actually -- now, here's the key -- that actually love their country but also love big, progressive government, have no place to go.
It isn't un-American to believe in big government or universal health care. But the Obama Democrats hate Israel, don't believe in our traditional allies, don't believe in our traditions. They have openly rejected God at the conventions. They are openly against guns. And let's be honest, want confiscation. The president has said so. We should pattern our gun laws after those in Australia and in England. That was gun confiscation.
There are many Democrats that don't feel America should be knocked off its perch. They believe that we are a country that has done more good than has done bad. But that is not the feeling you get from many Democrats that run the progressive or revolutionary wing of the Democratic Party.
So it's not a place that many Democrats, that I know, the Democrats that I like, the Democrats that I just -- I don't understand how they voted for Obama the first time, they now don't understand how they voted for him either.
Featured Image: Democratic presidential hopefuls Bernie Sanders (L) and Hillary Clinton participate in the Democratic Presidential Debate hosted by ABC News at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, on December 19, 2015. (Photo by: JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images)