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Glenn Beck: I'm Not Falling 'Suddenly in Love' With Trump

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Conservative radio show host Glenn Beck said Tuesday he's not "suddenly in love" with Donald Trump as the presumptive GOP nominee, but he's never going to vote for Hillary Clinton, either.

"I guess unlike some politicians I say what I mean and mean what I say, so I'm not suddenly in love with Donald Trump and I'm not a supporter of Donald Trump," Beck, who supported Texas Sen. Ted Cruz until he dropped out of the race, told CNN's Alisyn Camerota on the "New Day" program.

"I also find it very difficult to stand behind somebody who doesn't hold same principles as me," Beck said, and even though many Republicans, like former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, ex-Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, and others who have been highly critical of Trump, are now supporting his nomination, he won't be changing his mind.

"I see a guy that I don't believe is trustworthy," said Beck. "I don't believe that he is humble and I don't believe that he actually will be really careful."

He does think there are times Trump believes what he is saying, but it comes out wrong.

"For instance, yesterday he's talking about his stance on guns, he said, and I'm quoting, 'I absolutely am not advocating for guns in the classroom, but there are cases where I think there should be guns in the classroom.' Which is it?" Beck said.

He also continued that if anyone says they are not surprised by anything they've seen in the election, "I think they'd be lying to you.

"We were joking on the air yesterday how long before he gets to the list of the people that the Clintons 'have killed,'" said Beck. "Well yesterday he started with Vince Foster's death, so I have no idea what either side is going to do."

But he admitted that he has "been wrong about Donald Trump every step of the way," as he didn't think people would take him seriously.

Meanwhile, he said that Clinton "doesn't realize that the game has entirely changed. She's laying the old Main Line politician that will say whatever they have to say to get elected."

Trump says what he has to say too, but it's different, said Beck.

"It's not about what he's saying as much as how he is saying it," he told Camerota.

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Conservative radio show host Glenn Beck said Tuesday he's not "suddenly in love" with Donald Trump as the presumptive GOP nominee, but he's never going to vote for Hillary Clinton, either.
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