Byron Pitts, co-anchor for Nightline on ABC News, visited Mercury Studios this week for an with interview Glenn. The final piece --- Glenn Beck on Being a Healer, His Rise to Fame and Taking on Donald Trump --- aired Thursday evening.
“I have never seen a piece on me go that well,” Glenn said Friday morning on radio. “They were very fair. Nightline was great. Byron Pitts is great.”
One segment of the interview --- featuring Glenn at home with his family --- caught the attention of radio listener Matt, who called The Glenn Beck Program on Friday.
"Just watching how your son would just look at you and relate with you, kind of bend his head against your chest, and I just thought . . . and I love watching fathers and sons, how they relate to each other . . . without saying the words, to me, that was everything anyone could have ever known about you without a word being spoken. And I was so glad that got captured in the piece last night," Matt said.
The moment resonated with Glenn as well.
"When I watched it on Nightline last night, I saw that, and it almost brought me to tears," Glenn replied. "I am so fortunate. I have spent so much time in my life afraid of having a son because of the relationship I had with my dad. And it truly is one of the greatest things of my life."
Watch Glenn's full interview with Byron Pitts:
Featured Image: Glenn Beck on 'Nightline' with Byron Pitts, December 8, 2016.