Mark Levin reveals exactly where he stands on the Trump-Koch brothers spat

· July 31, 2018  
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LevinTV host Mark Levin began his radio show Tuesday evening celebrating the birthday of Milton Friedman. The renowned economist who would have been 106 today.

Levin read one of his favorite Friedman quotes:

“Fair” is in the eye of the beholder; free is the verdict of the market. (The word “free” is used three times in the Declaration of Independence and once in the First Amendment to the Constitution, along with “freedom.” The word “fair” is not used in either of our founding documents.)

He then moved on to discuss the ongoing spat between the Koch brothers, who have made their names as libertarian GOP mega donors, and President Trump, who took a shot at them on social media earlier Tuesday.

Levin explained that although he supports the Kochs on free trade, he disagrees with their isolationist foreign policy and open-borders advocacy.

“This issue of immigration? Trade, defense — these are key issues,” Levin opined. “And I would argue that Trump is right, two out of three, and the Kochs are wrong, two out of three.”

Listen to the full segment:


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Author: Jordan Schachtel

Jordan Schachtel is the national security correspondent for Conservative Review and editor of The Dossier for CRTV. Follow him on Twitter @JordanSchachtel.