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GLENN: You know what this is? This is exactly the thing that they are now taking apart. Have you seen all of the things that, Glenn Beck didn't actually hold the first inaugural address in his hands. He didn't actually hold. Did you see this?
PAT: Oh, yeah.
GLENN: And they are like, he's such a liar, Glenn Beck is such a liar.
GLENN: The latest was, didn't he see National Treasure? He would have known you couldn't do that. I saw National Treasure. I don't remember the second inaugural, I don't remember that.
So here's the point. I went in to the, I went in because Stu said
PAT: Here comes the lie. Here it comes.
GLENN: Stu said to me, did you hold the and I said, yeah. Was that the he said, but did you hold it? And I said, well, no. It was held in front of me. Because I can't hold it. That's the lie.
PAT: Would you say you used an incorrect figure of speech?
GLENN: I thought it would be
PAT: Oh, my gosh!
GLENN: I thought it would be a little easier in the speech.
GLENN: Than to say, yesterday
PAT: It was held in front of me and I
GLENN: Yesterday I went to the National Archives and they opened up the vault and they put on their gloves and then they put it on a tray and they wheeled it over, and it's all in this hard plastic. And then, because you are sitting down at a table and you can't because of Sandy Berger I had a long conversation with them about this you can't actually touch any of the documents and, you know, these are very, very rare. So what they do is they have them in this plastic thing and they hold them right in front of you. You can't touch them, but then you can say, can you turn it over? And then they turn it over for you and then you look at it. I thought it was a little clumsy.
GLENN: To explain it that way.
STU: Do you think that would have ruined the
GLENN: It might have been a little too much useless information.
STU: Well, we could have gone with the idea where we just flashed large disclaimers up on the screen for every sentence so in case they get every single detail in there.
GLENN: So once again, they caught me.