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Glenn Beck attacked by Cokie Roberts and James Cameron
By: Bill O'ReillyMarch 24, 2010
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Vanity Fair: James Cameron was sidetracked by his hatred of Glenn Beck during yesterday's Avatar junket, says the Hollywood Reporter. "Glenn Beck is a f***ing a**h***. I've met him. He called me the anti-Christ and not about Avatar. He hadn't even seen Avatar yet. I don't know if he has seen it," Cameron said.

Cokie Roberts's syndicated column was also a polemic against Beck. She wrote just yesterday: "He's more like a terrorist who believes he has discovered the One True Faith, and condemns everyone else as a heretic. And that makes him something else as well-a traitor to the American values he professes so loudly to defend."
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