Last night, it became official: Donald Trump is now the Republican nominee for president of the United States. How did Glenn find out? Not by watching the convention.
"So is anybody watching the convention? I mean, I watched Monday, and, you know, I wanted to see Melania, and I wanted to see Rudy Giuliani and Marcus Luttrell. Last night, I had zero interest. Zero. Am I alone in that?" Glenn asked.
"Yes," Stu said.
"Yes," Jeffy said.
"Yes," Pat said.
The ayes definitely had it.
Pat and Stu also reminded Glenn of his responsibilities.
"I mean, that's irresponsible, Glenn," Pat said.
"Jeez, you're doing a show here," Stu reminded him.
So what were Glenn's thoughts about the parts he had seen?
"I was wrong about one thing: I thought Donald Trump knew how to put on a show, and I really thought this was going to be a spectacle. And, I mean, it's Scott Baio, so it's not really a spectacle," Glenn said.
While Rudy Giuliani and Marcus Lutrell were standouts, Glenn found the other speakers, including the six Trump family members we'll hear from, a bit of a let down.
"I'm just surprised because it just seems like a lackluster kind of, you know, convention," Glenn said.
Michael Opelka, an editor for the TheBlaze and convention veteran, has been in attendance and called Glenn's radio program on Wednesday. Glenn wondered if it felt different being there in person.
"It feels like it's lacking in credibility. It feels more like an awards show. It sounds like they're using the same female voice that introduces the presenters before an Academy Awards. And so it has a strange tone to it," Michael said.
Adding to the strange tone was the list of people not in attendance.
"It really shows you what's going on here, or what's not going on. There's definitely not a stamp of approval from a lot of the mainstream GOP," Michael said.
Find out Glenn's thoughts on Chris Christie's speech and what he thinks Ted Cruz will do tonight during his speech at the Republican National Convention by listening to the clip below.
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Featured Image: Delegates celebrate after the Speaker of the House Paul Ryan announces the official nomination of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on the second day of the Republican National Convention on July 19, 2016 at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump received the number of votes needed to secure the party's nomination. An estimated 50,000 people are expected in Cleveland, including hundreds of protesters and members of the media. The four-day Republican National Convention kicked off on July 18. (Photo by Jeff Swensen/Getty Images)