Glenn Beck nervously paced back and forth through his TV studio designed to look like the Oval Office.
“He’s gonna call?” the conservative stalwart sheepishly asked. Beck was a lovesick puppy questioning whether his wayward one-and-only, Ted Cruz, will call him as scheduled on Monday morning.
“He’s gonna call,” co-host and longtime confidant Stu Burguiere reassured him.
“Alright,” Beck muttered before reminding viewers that the Texan senator was late for his scheduled interview—one which will involve awkward questions about why Cruz abandoned his rogue status to endorse Donald Trump on Friday.
Cruz Endorsement Of Trump Marks The End Of Glenn Beck And The Republican Establishment