Mark Levin Audio Rewind – 11/14/22

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On Monday’s Mark Levin Show, President Biden is beating Presidents Reagan and Trump in nominating judges and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell is helping him do it. McConnell has no agenda but to amass his own power and political survival in Washington, DC. Then, Congressman Jim Jordan calls in to discuss how House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy is best positioned to be the next Speaker of the House under a Republican Majority. Jordan made it clear that they are looking to block the addition of 87,000 new IRS agents and to conduct the oversight investigations that the American people deserve. Later, former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani joins the show to announce his total vindication in Georgia from the trumped-up charges he was charged with by the Manhattan Prosecutor’s Office. Giuliani says they only came after him because he dared to represent President Donald Trump. Afterward, the newly re-elected Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu tells Mark about his most recent win as Prime Minister and the alliances he had to forge to get to it. Netanyahu also discusses the life experiences that inspired his latest memoir, Bibi: My Story.

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