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Levin Dares Obama to Come on His Show: ‘I Will Give $100,000 to His Favorite Charity’

By Mairead McArdle | November 4, 2015 | 5:17pm EST

Nationally syndicated radio talk show host Mark Levin challenged the president, on Tuesday, to come on his show, saying he will “give $100,000 to [Obama’s] favorite charity’ if he does. He predicted that Obama would not accept the invitation.

“Now, I have offered Barack Obama, on multiple occasions, to come on this show, where we would have a serious, professional, honest debate for an hour,” said Levin. “And I’ve said, ‘I will give $100,000 to his favorite charity.’ He’s not coming on this show, Mr. Tough Guy.”

Here is a transcript of Mark’s comments:

“I want Mr. Tough Guy President to come on my show.

“My show, any given day, is substantially larger than CNBC. It’s substantially larger than the Fox Business channel. It’s substantially larger than a lot of TV shows, particularly on cable.

“Now, I have offered Barack Obama, on multiple occasions, to come on this show, where we would have a serious, professional, honest debate for an hour.

“And I’ve said, ‘I will give $100,000 to his favorite charity.’ He’s not coming on this show, Mr. Tough Guy. He’s not coming on this show.

“He can do all this crap in front of a DNC crowd or a pretend praetorian guard journalist or some damn fool with an iPod, iPod broadcast.

“But he would never come on this show, never lower himself to come on this show. Believe me, I’d be lowering myself to have him on this show. So this guy’s a joke! He thinks this is funny.

“And no, he can’t handle Putin, and no he can’t handle the Chinese. They’re rolling all over him, and unfortunately, as commander in chief, it means they’re rolling all over us. And he thinks it’s funny. He’s having a grand old time.

“Well, tough guy, come on this program. I’ll even pay you off. That’s what you liberals want. You want money.”

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