People are getting sick and tired of how the media covers President Trump, including Glenn.
"I don't expect Donald Trump to change his ways. That's who he is, so he's not going to," Glenn said Tuesday on his radio program.
Glenn then directed his audience's attention to an interview NBC's Katy Tur had with Rep. Francis Rooney (R-FL). Tur questioned the Trump administration's apparent friendliness with Russia, clearly ignorant of Barack Obama's history of friendly relations with Russia:
There's also a number of people that were at least in his administration, until last week, who were friendly with Russia. General Mike Flynn, being one of them. His former campaign CEO was Paul Manafort, who's got ties to Russia. His Secretary of State was given the medal of friendship by Russia. So you say there's a lot of conservatives who are going to push back on Russia, but I see a lot of folks within Donald Trump's administration who have a friendlier view of Russia than maybe past administrations did.
Rooney shot back: "Well, I think it was Obama that leaned over to Putin and said, 'I'll have a little bit more flexibility to give you what you want after the reelection.'"
Then it got awkward.
"I'm sorry," Tur said. "I don't know what you're referring to, Congressman."
While Rooney was slightly off in his retelling --- it was Russian President Dmitry Medvedev Obama was speaking to, not Putin --- a hot mic at a Nuclear Security Summit captured Obama promising the Russian president more "flexibility" following his reelection.
"The problem is the left just didn't take those words seriously because they were his guy," Glenn said. "That's the problem."
Listen to this segment from The Glenn Beck Program: