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Throughout the 2016 campaign, Glenn Beck has been outspoken in his criticism of Donald Trump, calling him everything from a "circus performer" to a "horrendous" conservative.

In an interview with Charlie Rose on Tuesday, however, Beck upped his anti-Trump rhetoric, saying the Republican presidential nominee is "possibly sociopathic."

"Have you seen him during the last year and a half truly feel for someone that couldn’t help him, truly connect on a human level?” Beck told Rose. ”A sociopath is somebody who doesn’t really see the human experience in anyone else, and I haven’t see that in him. I haven’t seen him deeply affected by the human condition in an individual."

He added that it was "frightening" that Trump has showed no sense of vulnerability.

Watch Beck's remarks above above.

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