Glenn Beck on Sunday introduced a youth fasting for Ted CruzTed CruzTrump to interview four candidates for national security adviser Milo Yiannopoulos to speak at CPAC Reports: Petraeus off the list, Trump down to three candidates to replace Flynn MORE at a rally for the Texas senator ahead of Utah’s GOP presidential caucuses.
“I want to tell you why I have hope,” Beck said in Provo, Utah. "Dale introduced himself to me, and he didn’t tell me this, his father told me this."
“Prepare for a time of miracles. The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob is real, and he is fierce and these are his rights. Get out on Tuesday and be a part of it. There’s no one on the sidelines.”
Beck, who has endorsed Cruz's presidential bid, also lashed out at GOP presidential front-runner Donald TrumpDonald TrumpChelsea Clinton attends Muslim solidarity rally in NYC Pentagon chief: 'I don’t have any issues with the press' Kasich: The media is 'an important part of democracy' MORE, arguing the billionaire places his own self-interest above the needs of everyday Americans.
“We have another candidate, Donald Trump, who is running as a personality,” the conservative radio host said. "We are not here for a personality. We are here for the Constitution of the United States of America.”
Cruz leads other Republican White House hopefuls by 24 percent in Utah, according to a Y2 Analytics survey released last Saturday.
Trump remains the Republican presidential front-runner nationwide, however. The billionaire has a 9-point edge over his competition in the latest RealClearPolitics average of polls and leads Cruz by 255 delegates.