Glenn Beck Mocks Donald Trump by Covering His Face With Crushed-Up Cheetos

On his radio program Thursday, Glenn Beck and his co-hosts mocked Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump for looking like an "orange racoon" and wondered how he obtained his unnatural hue. In an attempt to figure it out, they planned an experiment for Friday in which they would smear crushed-up Cheetos on their faces "to see if we can get our face close to the face of Donald Trump."


And true to their word, they did exactly that at the end of Friday's broadcast. 

We don't even have any commentary to add, since there really isn't much you can say about Beck and company pressing their faces into plates of crushed Cheetos:

For what it is worth, here is what Beck looked like on his television show earlier this week, before he started mocking Trump for being absurdly orange:

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