Glenn made a prediction Wednesday on The Glenn Beck Program that's pretty eye-opening.
"Let me just say this . . . you will see Donald Trump, if he loses the nomination and he doesn't start a third party, which I don't think he will, you will see Donald Trump run or campaign with Hillary Clinton," Glenn said.
Wow, that's quite a prediction. Yet, co-host Stu Burguiere agreed.
"It wouldn't surprise me," Stu said. "They're much more aligned policy-wise."
And, as Glenn emphasized, the two are friends with a long-standing relationship.
Glenn predicted Trump would rather support Hillary than see "Lyin' Ted Cruz" win in the primary.
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Another prediction? Who might Trump select as a vice presidential candidate to run on the ticket with him?
"I think there's a possibility that he offers John Kasich the VP slot," Glenn said. "I mean, I think there's a real chance of that happening."
Listen to this segment from The Glenn Beck Program:
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors:
GLENN: May I -- may I make a prediction here, that the reason -- no, no. Let me just say this. That you will see Donald Trump, if he loses the primary -- if he loses the nomination and he doesn't start a third party, which I don't think he will, you will see Donald Trump run or campaign with Hillary Clinton.
You will see him -- because he'll say, "They stole it from me, and Lying Ted, you can't have Lying Ted." And he will campaign with Hillary.
STU: It wouldn't surprise me. They're much more aligned policy-wise.
GLENN: It wouldn't surprise me at all. Yeah, yeah. And they're friends.
STU: They have a long-term relationship.
GLENN: And they're friends.
STU: And they both deal in that world of power brokering. And, you know, Trump will get the things that he wants.
PAT: And he bought her attendance at his wedding.
PAT: And so, I mean, she's bought and paid for. So why not campaign for her?
STU: And, you know, he said obviously things about Hillary that have been negative in this campaign which is what he does. But he said the same -- he just threw out Marco Rubio as a possible VP candidate. He's been trashing the guy for six months. I mean, that means nothing to him.
GLENN: Marco Rubio is not going to be --
STU: There's no way Marco Rubio would do that.
GLENN: No way.
STU: But the point is though that he -- there's no allegiance to what he said last week. He'll just switch and say Hillary Clinton is good now and Ted Cruz is bad and just do that.
GLENN: I think there's a possibility that he offers John Kasich the VP slot.
GLENN: And makes that deal and takes his 150 delegates or whatever he might have at the end and push himself over the top. I think there's a real chance of that, that -- have you heard anybody discuss that?
GLENN: I mean, I think there's a real chance of that happening. And John Kasich would absolutely go to work.
STU: Oh, absolutely.
GLENN: Back in a minute.
Featured Image: Remnants along Penn Avenue after Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke to an audience at a rally at the David Lawrence Convention Center on April 13, 2016 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Pennsylvania will hold its primary election on April 26, 2016. (Photo by Jeff Swensen/Getty Images)