Why does John Boehner seem to be Team Trump? Pat Gray, co-host of The Glenn Beck Program, shared an interesting theory on Thursday.
"Speaking of Boehner, has anybody else noticed that maybe Boehner is all about Trump because they're both of the same race? This could be a racial issue. They're both orange people," Pat said.
Intrigued by the notion, Glenn wondered about another well-known group of oranges.
"Do we have an Oompa Loompa count? Do we know? Do we know how the Oompa Loompas have voted?" Glenn asked.
Following a lively debate on whether Trump achieves his orangeness from a tanning bed or a snack food (as both co-host Stu Burguiere and commentator Ben Shapiro believe), Glenn issued a challenge.
"I need a few big, giant, family-sized bags of Cheetos, and then I need three big bowls...four big bowls. And I want each of us to see if we can get our face close to the face of Donald Trump," Glenn said. "Let's see if we can get any of us to look like Donald Trump. Okay? That's tomorrow's show."
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Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors:
PAT: Speaking of Boehner, has anybody else noticed that maybe Boehner is all about Trump because they're both of the same race? This could be a racial issue. They're both orange people. I wonder if that had something to do with it --
GLENN: I never thought of that.
PAT: They are both orange.
GLENN: Do we have an Oompa Loompa count? Do we know? Do we know how the Oompa Loompas have voted?
PAT: I haven't heard, but we need to look into that because this could be --
GLENN: I think Donald Trump uses a tanning bed.
PAT: They both use the same --
JEFFY: Yeah, they're both owned by big tanning bed.
PAT: I don't know if --
STU: I don't know.
GLENN: Tanning beds, they don't make you orange. They make you red.
JEFFY: Yeah, but the wipe-on or spray-on tan makes you orange.
GLENN: Spray-on, yeah, that will make you orange. I know. It makes you orange.
STU: I will say, I tend to go more the Ben Shapiro direction on this and say that I believe that probably both of them, but certainly Donald Trump just smears his face with Cheeto dust before every interview. What do you think the odds are? He takes a bag of Cheetos. Smashes it down, so it turns into a powder, mashes it onto his face --
GLENN: That is tomorrow's show. I need a few big, giant, family-sized bags of Cheetos, and then I need three big bowls. And I need four big bowls. And I want each of us to see if we can get our face close to the face of Donald Trump.
STU: I like it.
GLENN: Let's see if we can get any of us to look like Donald Trump. Okay? That's tomorrow's show.
STU: I like it. Okay. I think we should do it towards the end of the show. Because the recovery of that might be problematic.
GLENN: I don't know. I mean, we could look great. Donald Trump looks great, doesn't he?
STU: I think we need to have those little tanning sunglasses. Because the eyes will be --
PAT: Yeah, the eyes need to look like raccoons. Orange raccoons. The eyes are totally white.
GLENN: So we'd probably have to have goggles of some sort that would stay on in a bellow of Cheetos.
STU: I think goggles will work. You put them around your head. We can get those at Walmart or something. Getting close --
JEFFY: The fallout from that, Stu is right -- that's why you should probably go first, Glenn.
PAT: And maybe last. I think you should be first and last.
STU: Second, third, and fourth.
PAT: Yeah. Uh-huh.
JEFFY: Just to make sure.
GLENN: You guys are the worst.
STU: No. But --
GLENN: I carry all the heavy water on this show.
PAT: You really do.
GLENN: Now I have to carry the Cheeto dust on my face.
STU: Well, your legs do. They carry the --
PAT: See what he did there. He's saying that you're overweight.
GLENN: I didn't catch that.
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