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‘The lack of freedom of the press’ author Mark Levin weighs attack on the rising tensions with Iran and the recent drone.
“Life, liberty, & Levin” host Mark Levin appeared on “Hannity” Thursday, where he blasted the Iran-apologists in the media and defended the National security adviser, John Bolton.
“Stop apologizing for Iran. What I hear tonight and I hear the whole day a bunch of people, the embrace of Jimmy Carter’s foreign policy of appeasement, the distraction of excuses and the spin. You can Jimmy Carter’s embrace of foreign policy, a wild failure, or you can said Ronald Reagan ‘ s embrace of foreign policy, a wild success,” Levin, host Sean Hannity.
TRUMP SAYS THAT IRAN will shoot down THE U.S. DRONE DOWN-there MAY be ERROR WAS ‘to be’, BUT ‘the COUNTRY WILL NOT STAND FOR YOU’
Iran blasted the Marine heights-drone in the sky over the Strait of Hormuz, with U.S. Central Command leaders on Thursday, the “unprovoked” strike, and Tehran proposed the following “wrong” justifications for them.
Bolton has criticism and accusations of “war mongering” that some believe, he wants a conflict with Iran.
Levin defended calling the allegations Bolted a “disgrace.”
“John Bolton has done nothing, he is a national security advisor and advises the President of the United States. I’m sure China and Russia as well as North Korea and Iran will love it if you listen, hosts, and other slating John Bolton,” Levin said.
“ of a massive propaganda effort. The President of the United States is a strong leader, he will listen to advice from many people, he will make the decision. These attacks on Bolton, including leaks that come from the White house are a disgrace, absolute disgrace.”
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The radio presenter blame President Trump for “provoke” Iran is not part of also went to this to say, it is a lot of “evil” in the world and in the United States.
“We are not the problem, we are the ones who instigate wars and I’m sick and tired of hearing people on cable TV and other words to propose, to provoke the President of the United States, nothing. We are not to provoke the damn thing. In fact, we provoke, never, nothing.”