FILE – This April 26, 2013 file photo shows radio personality Glenn Beck at the Tribeca Disruptive Innovation Awards in New York. Beck says he regrets that some of the inflammatory things he’s said haves caused division in the country. He said Thursday, June 6, he didn’t regret his opinions, just the way some of them were stated. He didn’t specify which ones. He said he wasn’t fully aware of the perilous times the country is in and the way people were at each other’s throats. Beck accepted a First Amendment Award on Thursday from Talkers magazine, the trade publication for people in his line of work. (Photo by Andy Kropa/Invision/AP, file)
NEW YORK (AP) — A reflective Glenn Beck said Thursday he regrets that some of his fiery opinions caused division in the country over the last several years.
He wasn’t fully aware of the perilous times and people “at each other’s throats,” said the conservative radio host, who accepted a First Amendment award from Talkers magazine, the trade publication for his industry.