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Mark Levin: Putin, Russia Aren't a Joke

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By    |   Thursday, 28 Jul 2016 08:45 PM

Donald Trump and the "pseudo-conservative" media are treating the GOP presidential nominee's invitation to Russia to track down Hillary Clinton's emails as a "joke" — but the consequences aren't funny, radio host Mark Levin says.

In a segment on the Wednesday edition of "The Mark Levin Show," the conservative host said he thinks the remark "probably is a joke," but asks, "is it a joke that should be made by a presidential candidate?"

Audio of the segment is posted on Mediaite. 

"Vladimir Putin hears this lounge-act joke . . . you think he respects Donald Trump?" he asks. "You think he's going to think Donald Trump's going to be tough to deal with?"

Levin also blasted "the Rockettes and the pom-pom boys and girls in the pseudo conservative media," as well as Trump supporter Newt Gingrich for propping up the excuse.

"Do you think it's a joke? Do you think it's funny? Do you think it has consequences?" Levin asks, arguing that foreign agents now think "'we can hack away to our heart's desire.'"

"I'm an American first," Levin concludes. "Russia is not a joke, Vladimir Putin is not a joke . . . He's to be taken seriously. Russia is an enemy. Putin is a very dangerous man.

"The lounge act sends a message to the enemy: 'He thinks this is funny.'"

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Donald Trump and the "pseudo-conservative" media are treating the GOP presidential nominee's invitation to Russia to track down Hillary Clinton's emails as a "joke" - but the consequences aren't funny,radio host Mark Levin says.
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