US Radio host slams star 'He's a dude'

Glenn Beck told his audience the Libertarian FreedomFest conference in Las Vegas: ''Don’t tell me I have to start calling him a woman.''

US radio host, Glenn Beck refuses to respect Caitlyn Jenner in Las Vegas

A popular US radio host, Glenn Beck has revealed he will always refer to Caitlyn Jenner as a man and not as the woman she claims to be.

At the Libertarian FreedomFest conference in Las Vegas on July 12, the conservative talk radio host told his audience, ''Don’t tell me I have to start calling him a woman.''

Beck, who's always been against gay marriage, said that he has no issues with people who are homosexual but ''Bruce Jenner is no harm off my nose. It doesn’t hurt me,'' he asserted.

DailyMail reports that the radio man refused to refer to Jenner as Caitlyn, and unapologetically referred to her as “he” throughout his talk.

''I don’t want to be Bruce Jenner. I cannot imagine what his life is like. I feel bad for Bruce Jenner…because people are going to say nasty things about him, because he is a dude. I’m not going to judge him,'' Beck said.

Caitlyn may have received overwhelming support after coming out to the world on the cover of Vanity Fair on June 1 but Beck is letting everyone know that he will not call her Cait or refer to her as a 'she'.

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