Hey, want to meet with a real estate mogul or presidential candidate to share your wisdom? Here's a tip: Don't plan a loony stunt.
Yesterday, Steve from Virginia, decided to scale the exterior of Trump Tower in downtown Manhattan to get Donald Trump's attention. While cupping may work in the Olympics, suction cupping is not recommended for making a great first impression.
"If you want a meeting with Donald Trump, I don't recommend that you climb up the side of the building with suction cups," Glenn said Thursday on The Glenn Beck Program.
"Why?" Co-host Pat Gray asked.
"Well, it tends to make you look nuts," Glenn replied.
Take note stunt enthusiasts: No climbing up the exteriors of buildings.
"It kind of reminds of me of, 'Hey, I drove here from Anchorage, Alaska to see Glenn, and it's four o'clock in the morning.' That's another guarantee that you're probably not going to get to see Glenn," Pat advised.
That kind of behavior won't get you far, but it will get you somewhere.
"You're immediately put on a stalker list. I'm not kidding you. Security [will] immediately -- like I'm sure happened with Donald Trump yesterday -- immediately put [you] on a watch list. Do not let him near Donald Trump," Glenn said.
Before heading to New York, Steve from Virginia posted a rather odd message on YouTube.
"He's a kid, and he's a big Trump supporter, and says he knows of a way that Trump can definitely win. He's been trying to get a meeting, but he can't. So what did he do? He climbed up the side of the building with suction cups," Glenn said.
Will we ever know what Steve from Virginia wanted to say to Trump?
"You're not going to get a meeting with him, dude. It's not going to happen. But I would like to hear his idea. I'm just curious now what was worth risking your life for," Glenn said.
Featured Image: A man identified as 'Steve from Virginia' climbs up the Trump Tower on August 10, 2016 in New York City. The man used suction cups to scale more than 20 stories of GOP Presidential Candidate Donald Trump's signature skyscraper in Manhattan. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)