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GLENN: Oh, I am I'm sick, Pat, I'm sick of it. I'm just
PAT: Yeah. The story you kind of leaked last night on the I mean, you probably should have thought through answering the phone while you were on the air, you know? Because then
GLENN: Do you have the
PAT: I don't have can you play it there?
GLENN: I can't play it off of this.
PAT: Oh, okay.
GLENN: Let me just see if I can send this link to you.
PAT: Send it to me and then I can
GLENN: I feel so bad, I really do. Last night we put it
PAT: Just a horrible misunderstanding.
GLENN: Really is.
PAT: You know, because I would hate to see, I would hate to see something bad happen with the job opportunity. I mean, I'm sure that arrangements have been made and deals have been struck and, you know, maybe they haven't officially consummated anything but, you know, I'll bet they're putting the wheels in motion, wouldn't you think?
PAT: I mean, it's like, when we were talking about the job, you know, it started two months before it happened or whatever.
GLENN: Yeah, sure, sure.
PAT: And I started making arrangements.
GLENN: Sure, sure, maybe he sold his house or told his business partners that he was out of it. Look, here's what happened. Do you have the, do you have the audio there? Click on the audio. If I just may, if I may quote the Examiner here: Glenn Beck on his television show told viewers that he said just too much, and I did.
PAT: You did.
GLENN: I did.
PAT: You really did.
GLENN: The statement preceded a mysterious phone call that Beck answered live during his show with the message that the husband of the White House communications director and Fox News attacker Anita Dunn was getting a new job. According to Beck a huge announcement is pending regarding Anita Dunn's husband, Robert Bauer and his new controversial job. But for some Bauer's wife, Anita Dunn, is already fraught with controversy and Bauer, too.
PAT: I don't know if you said it was a controversial
GLENN: I don't think I did.
PAT: job, did you?
GLENN: No, it was going to be a big job, going to be an important job.
PAT: Yeah, yeah.
GLENN: It's just going to be the chief counsel for the White House. That's all
GLENN: I said it again!
PAT: I hope he doesn't spoil anything.
GLENN: I've got to call the White House and apologize to them. You know what?
PAT: You want me to do that?
GLENN: Would you just do that? Somebody just call. Would you just call sometime today and congratulate?
PAT: I will. Anita?
GLENN: the White House and Anita on her husband's new job there as the chief oh, I've got to stop doing that! I hope this hasn't, I hope this hasn't put because look, this guy's really important.
PAT: He's done he's already worked with Obama quite a bit.
GLENN: Quite a bit.
PAT: Quite a bit.
GLENN: Quite a bit. His law firm, he is the chair of the political arm of this law firm I think out in Los Angeles, and his law firm has already, I think have done a million dollars just since, in the last 12 months with Obama.
PAT: Oh, okay.
GLENN: And he's also, he's represented ACORN in court. So
PAT: So it would be so great for him to be with Obama now.
GLENN: Yeah. But it might cause some problems.
PAT: You know?
GLENN: Because Obama has no connections to ACORN.
PAT: I don't think he's even heard of the
GLENN: His chief legal counsel oh... (mumbling). Okay, I think I got it now.
PAT: All right.
GLENN: So... he's also the guy who had the firm sending threatening letters to radio stations that if you played certain ads? Do you remember that?
PAT: I do.
GLENN: That they would sue you. So wouldn't it be great if you're trying to do a hostile takeover or intimidate the media to have your
PAT: Your chief intimidator.
GLENN: Don't say it!
GLENN: I almost said it. Now you please.
GLENN: Do whatever you have to do to remember. Don't say
PAT: Don't say that he's going to be the chief
GLENN: No, don't!
PAT: All right.
GLENN: Okay. Isn't he the guy also that wrote the letters against the NRA?
PAT: I think he is.
GLENN: I think he is. I think I have that letter in my office some place. I'll have to look for that.
GLENN: Huh. Wouldn't that be great? I hope I
PAT: I hope it's still on because
GLENN: I hope it is, too.
PAT: They make a great team.
GLENN: They do.
PAT: They have done some work together.
GLENN: It'll be great. It's going to be great. It can't be true.
GLENN: Because how could I possibly get that information, really?
PAT: That's why it was so weird when the phone rang last night on the show.
GLENN: And it did, right in the middle of the sentence.
Candidate here, the perfect candidate. (Phone ringing)
PAT: Listen, there it is.
GLENN: Oh, boy. Oh, boy. Telephone call. This is our hang on. This is our refounders and tip thing? Yes? Mmm hmmm.
See, right now I'm hearing, you are never going to believe who's going to be the chief legal
PAT: Done it again. Not very good at remembering.
GLENN: I'm not.
Well, I've been awfully worried about him. He's going to be okay? He didn't lose his job, I don't think. Okay. All right, thank you.
America, you are going to be excited. You know the lady who's on the other end of that phone, what's her name, Anita Dunn?
PAT: The red phone.
GLENN: But I've been so worried because I thought maybe there's something wrong. Maybe she's, I don't know, maybe who knows. So I started doing some checking on the family, and we just got a phone call from somebody who doesn't want to be known. They don't want anybody to know who they are, but they just brought me good news because I was concerned, maybe there's something wrong with the family. No, there's not. In fact, her husband, he's fantastic. We'll explain who he is, but I just want you to know
GLENN: Stop, stop, I don't want to reveal that he's going to be the chief oh! Now let me ask you this, Pat. If you were in the White House and you had a guy who because I've read it just recently again. He doesn't even have a college education. He's just a dope. He's a nobody. Where did this guy even come from? He's crazy! He's riddled with ADD. He cries all the time. We've just done a massive smear campaign on him for months, trying to show what a bad guy he was that everybody who's listened to him or read any of his books over the years know and quite frankly are sick of hearing him talk about how much of a scumbag he used to be. Anyway, who is this guy? And now we've only told a handful of people, just a handful of people. Maybe, maybe 10, all there in the White House, maybe 10! Only our best friends know it! Don't you think that maybe you might say, who's talking? Who is the leak in the White House? Whew. When you can't trust a group of revolutionaries
PAT: Boy, who can you.
GLENN: Who can you trust? When you
PAT: That would destroy all of my faith.
GLENN: When you can't trust a group of people who are only standing behind you because you've promised to shoot all the enemies in the head.
GLENN: And you're like, hey, this guy's not getting the job done, I mean, he promised me one thing and then another, I mean, when you can't trust them to stand behind you even though you are screwing them and knifing them in the back, I mean, who can you trust?
GLENN: Nobody, I guess.
GLENN: Nobody. And maybe that's a good rule of thumb. They should go, trust no one. Because what you know we'll soon know, too. But don't worry. I'm really good at keeping secrets. You tell me something, I can keep it to myself.
PAT: Seriously? Because I
GLENN: Yeah. You call me up and say Anita's husband's going to be the chief legal okay, I'll get better. I'll get better at it.
PAT: See, that's what I was talking about.