Glenn Beck Says He Regrets 'Helping Tear the Country Apart'...
MEGYN KELLY, FOX NEWS HOST: Glenn Beck had a very successful run here at Fox News, but also became a bit of a lightning rod. He's since gone on to build a new media company, "The Blaze," which is incredibly successful and has a great web site, by the way. I asked him to reflect on his time at FNC.
KELLY: It's been a few years since you've been here with us here at the Fox News Channel. But I remember when you came and what a phenom you became while you were at Fox. Now you're king of the airwaves. We put together a couple moments, who could forget you with the Anita Dunn red phone. I feel like this is what people remember. Anita Dunn at the White House and she was allowed to call you here. I want to show a clip.
GLENN BECK, "THE BLAZE" FOUNDER AND CHAIRMAN: We have installed this telephone. The only people that have it are the people now in Anita Dunn's office in the White House.
KELLY: You had that and the dead fish out there, and sometimes you were dancing on the set. When you -- when you think back on your time here, how do you remember it now?
BECK: I remember it as an awful lot of fun, and that I made an awful lot of mistakes, and I wish I could go back and be more uniting in my language. Because I think I played a role unfortunately in helping tear the country apart. And it's not who we are. I didn't realize how really fragile the people were. I thought we were kind of a little more in it together.
And now I look back and I realize if we could have talked about the uniting principles a little more, instead of just the problems, I think I would look back on it a little more fondly. But that's only my role.