Levin: Trump must not nominate ‘losers’ like Sen. Corker

· November 10, 2016  
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Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump, left, and Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., appear on stage during a rally at the Duke Energy Center in Raleigh, N.C., July 5, 2016. Tom Williams | AP Images

Mark Levin has a special message regarding speculation that Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn. (F, 45%) is being considered for secretary of state in the administration of President-elect Trump: Hell. No.

Sen. Corker, you will recall, single-handedly enabled the Obama administration to enact the Iran Nuclear Deal by surrendering the treaty clause of the U.S. Constitution to Obama.

President-elect Trump must not nominate Corker for secretary of state.

“We will go to war over this!” Levin exclaimed.


“Bob Corker must not be one of the individuals nominated for that position, and we will fight it in Congress too,” Levin said.

“That man undermined the constitution, undermined the treaty provision, and helped hand Barack Obama exactly what he wanted with Iran. And I am sick and tired of Republicans like this. We cannot have any more losers as secretary of state,” Levin added.

“Absolutely NO to Bob Corker. No way,” concluded Levin.

Levin’s admonition to Trump against Corker’s nomination was part of his larger point that President-elect Trump must not nominate members of the Republican Establishment to key positions in his administration.

And conservatives ought to be prepared to fight to keep him from doing so.

Author: Chris Pandolfo

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