Radio Host Mark Levin Calls For GOP Chair To Be Fired: ‘He’s A Boob!’ (AUDIO)

Conservative radio host Mark Levin railed against Chairman Reince Priebus and the Republican National Committee after Wednesday’s Republican presidential debate resulted in widespread criticism from the candidates and others.

“The head of the RNC needs to go!” Levin said on Thursday on his show.

“I say Reince Priebus should be fired over there at the Republican National Committee. I don’t know, did you hear that today from 12 different people? I doubt it. I don’t know. That guy is an incompetent. He’s a boob! He’s another one whose tongue is tied all the time,” Levin said. “And when he does talk, he talks in superficial gibberish.”

“These debate formats are preposterous,” Levin said. “They need to end!”

Listen to Levin lay into the RNC (and praise presidential candidate and Sen. Ted Cruz) below:

h/t Mediaite

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