It's no surprise that Donald Trump won the New Hampshire primary. But the real news is Ted Cruz --- who was polling in fifth place --- finishing in third. Cruz edged out Jeb Bush who finished fourth.
"So let’s talk about some good news," Glenn said Wednesday on The Glenn Beck Program. "Ted Cruz spent less than --- was it less than a million dollars there?"
Co-host Stu Burguiere confirmed the Cruz campaign spent $800,000 in New Hampshire compared to the Bush campaign's $35 million --- pretty astonishing results. And it shows how wisely the Cruz campaign is being run.
With Trump and Sanders finishing first, and Cruz coming in a strong third, it's really boiling down to a three-man race. And three radically different choices.
"There is a path to winning," Glenn said. "But it is time to coalesce behind the Constitution, and it’s time to say, 'I pick that revolution.' Because the other two, Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump, those two revolutions spell the end of the republic. Will you go down with your eyes shut or your eyes wide open and hanging on to the only principle that will save us, and that is the Constitution?"
Enjoy this complimentary clip from The Glenn Beck Program:
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors:
GLENN: So let's talk about some good news. Ted Cruz spent less than -- was it less than a million dollars there?
STU: Yeah, $800,000.
GLENN: $800,000. Do you have the rundown of how much everybody spent?
STU: Yeah, just a couple of them. Which, Ted Cruz spent $800,000. And he edged out third place over Jeb Bush, who spent 35 million.
STU: Which is --
PAT: 35 million to 800,000, and he finished fifth, right?
STU: Bush finished fourth. Rubio finished fifth.
PAT: Because I thought Rubio had beaten Bush. He didn't?
GLENN: Wow, that was a change since I went to bed.
Featured Image: Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz speaks to one of his supporters at a primary night gathering, held at Alpine Grove Banquet facility on February 9, 2016, in Hollis, New Hampshire. Cruz finished third in the New Hampshire primary behind Donald Trump and Ohio Gov. John Kasich. (Photo by Kayana Szymczak/Getty Images)