Diane Sawyer, Glenn Beck

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Glenn Beck is certainly not one to shy away from speaking his mind.

The conservative talk-show host did just that during his radio program on Wednesday when he brought up his brief stint working for ABC News and his working relationship with Diane Sawyer.

"When ABC hired me, I was Diane Sawyer's little bitch," said Beck. "She would call me up and my wife would be like, 'What is going on with you and Diane Sawyer?' I was like, 'I don't know.'"

Beck added that Sawyer apparently dialed him up constantly to tell him about her plans "to change television," but then the calls stopped coming.

"What happened? This is my opinion," he said. "CARE [Council on American-Islamic Relations] went down to ABC and said, 'You put him on, we're going to boycott ABC and we're going to boycott your Disney parks. Well, Disney can't have that. So what happens? I can't even get Diane on the phone."

Beck went on to say, "Finally, eight months later, she has lunch with me and she becomes the biggest bigot I have ever seen in my life."


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