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Reince Priebus Banned From Mark Levin's Radio Show

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By    |   Thursday, 08 Sep 2016 03:39 PM

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus has gotten himself blacklisted from Mark Levin's radio show, The Washington Examiner reports.

Levin made the announcement Wednesday night, after saying Donald Trump's running mate Indiana Gov. Mike Pence will appear on the show, as will Glenn Beck.

"Reince Priebus has made contact through, what, his latest spokes-idiot, er, man. And Reince would like to talk tomorrow, how can we set that — Reince Priebus, you are banned from the Mark Levin Show," Levin said. "Your games don't cut it anymore. I told you if you wanted to talk to me through your phalanx of your lackeys, you have to do it on the air. You have to do it on LevinTV. None of these private meetings. I don't trust you."

Levin went on to outline his problems with Priebus.

"First it was before the convention, during the convention, let's wait until the convention is over. I have no use for this guy," Levin said. "I think he's contributed to dragging down the Republican Party. He's Donald Trump's new friend. He's the alt-right, nationalist, populists' new friend. They conspired with him to screw conservatives and the grassroots, so let them live with him. I want nothing to do with him.”

"So Priebus, you are banned from the Levin Show. You can go on all the other shows, you don't need to go on my show," he concluded. The talk show host has been highly critical of Trump, but on Wednesday declared that he would vote for him.

Priebus drew flak recently after knocking Hillary Clinton's lack of smiling during the "Commander in Chief" forum, according to CNN, which was criticized as a sexist comment. 

 

 

Clinton defended her expression on Twitter.

 

 

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