Levin on ‘Stop Trump’ Supporters Voting for Hillary or Staying Home: ‘Frauds,’ ‘Fakes,’ ‘Asinine,’ ‘Buffoons’

Tuesday on his radio show, conservative talker Mark Levin discussed the so-called “Rule 40” of the Republican National Convention and how it could impact the outcome of the GOP’s presidential nominating process at the RNC in Cleveland in July. Levin argued the rule was not specific as to when it was applied and also noted there were some questions as to how it would impact the vice-presidential nominating process. However, he touted Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) as being the candidate that would adhere to the rules of the convention and said following rules, despite what Cruz’s opponents, be it GOP

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