Glenn Beck revealed Monday that the weekend before the 2012 presidential election, he gave Mitt Romney a priceless, first-edition copy of George Washington’s farewell address. Beck put it in the hands of Josh Romney, the Republican nominee’s son, and explained that it was his personal copy and extremely valuable.
“I never got a thank-you note,” Beck said, recapping the situation Wednesday. “And I understand how things go … people send me stuff all the time, and I can’t write a thank-you note … however, this was George Washington’s farewell address, first edition … and I know the Romneys. We’re not buddies, but I know them. And I said, ‘If he doesn’t like it or doesn’t want it, please send it back.’”
Beck said that after he first spoke about the incident on his radio program Monday, Romney emailed him with an explanation: he never received the document.Read the rest HERE and view Beck's comments below:
If you like what you see, please "Like" us on Facebook either here or here. Please follow us on Twitter here.