Mark R. Levin(Lawyer,NYT BestSeller Author,Radio Host):”Defeating Hillary Clinton, for family and country!”
Mark Reed Levin born September 21, 1957) is an American lawyer, author, and the host of American syndicated radio show The Mark Levin Show. Levin worked in the administration of President Ronald Reagan and was a chief of staff for Attorney General Edwin Meese. He is president of the Landmark Legal Foundation, has authored six books("Men In Black", "Rescuing Sprite: A Dog Lover's Story of Joy and Anguish","Liberty and Tyranny, Ameritopia", "The Liberty Amendments", "Plunder and Deceit"), and contributes commentary to various media outlets such as National Review Online. On September 1, 2015, Levin was named Editor-in-Chief of Conservative Review.
Mr. Mark shared The Wall Street Journal article via his twitter:
"Donald Trump had two jobs at Wednesday night’s debate. Voters can thank him for getting at least one of them done.
Among the biggest tasks for any presidential candidate is painting a picture of what life will be like under his opponent. But Mr. Trump has been so overwhelmingly the focus of this race (what will he do next?) that
From the debate’s first question—about the Supreme Court—Mr. Trump highlighted that Mrs. Clinton is far to the left of the average voter. She feigned support for the Second Amendment, even while making clear that her Supreme Court nominees would abolish the individual right to bear arms. In her rush to play the woman card, she ended up defending even late-term abortions, which are opposed by a strong majority of Americans. She pledged that her Supreme Court would ditch equality under the law, and instead operate as a weapon for social justice.
Mr. Trump presented a country that would ride economic growth to a better future. Mrs. Clinton presented a country that would continue the angry work of redistributing a shrinking pie. She showed that she would double down on the worst of President Obama’s economic policies and regulations. Hate your ObamaCare? You’ll have to keep it, and pay more. Mrs. Clinton acknowledged that Mr. Trump would cut taxes, and that she would raise them. She said that her administration could institute all her sweeping new government programs without adding “a penny” of debt—a ludicrous claim.
The GOP nominee also drew out Hillary Clinton the political hack, who caters her poll-driven policies to whatever audience she’s standing in front of at the moment. He reminded voters of her secret speeches to bankers, in which she expressed the polar opposite of what she’s saying today on the campaign trail. Mr. Trump’s criticism of her flip-flop on the Pacific trade deal elicited one of her biggest whoppers of the night. Mrs. Clinton again claimed that she changed her mind on the agreement after reading it. But emails dumped by WikiLeaks prove that she had decided against the deal before the text was released, purely to curry union support.
Then Mr. Trump did his most effective job yet of underlining the risks of electing another ethically and morally damaged Clinton. He painted her as a woman who recklessly disregarded national security with her secret server, and who then was let off the hook by friendly investigators. Particularly compelling was the comparison Mr. Trump made to retired Marine Gen. James Cartwright, who faces jail in an investigation of leaked classified information—and who received none of the allowances from the Justice Department that Mrs. Clinton did. The Democratic nominee also had to outright (and noticeably) duck a question about the Clinton Foundation, because she has no way of refuting the evidence that she and her State Department staff did favors for donors and buddies."