Former Fox News contributor Steven Crowder joined Glenn's radio program to discuss the 2016 election and the economy on Thursday.
With the Dow down 250 points, Glenn cautioned about certain types of candidates rising in popularity during a "depression" setting---specifically the likes of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.
"You cannot have a populist and you cannot have a socialist in a depression setting, or you have completely lost the country," Glenn said. "But it will connect with people."
Crowder rejoined by pointing out parallels between the two outspoken presidential candidates.
"If you look at their economic policy, outside of the marginal tax rates, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump are quite similar," he said. "It's just a different voice."
He then went on to impersonate the voices of Sanders and Trump, and he did a pretty good job. Watch.
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