Mark Levin, who hosts a show on Fox News outside of his own radio program, criticized his fellow hosts at the network via Twitter on Wednesday.
“You’re now hearing on Fox News & elsewhere, without attribution of course, my explanation of the Trump Doctrine as I described on radio & which was later posted by Conservative Review,” he wrote.
Levin did not provide any examples of Fox News hosts or anyone else using his ideas “without attribution.” A representative for Fox News did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Levin linked to a Conservative Review piece from earlier in the week, which quoted his Monday discussion of a U.S. airstrike that killed Iranian general Qasem Soleimani.
“So what’s the Trump Doctrine? I say it’s much like the Reagan Doctrine, but it has its own features to it. He believes in having the number-one military on the face of the earth,” the conservative host is quoted as saying in the piece.
A few hours later, Levin used his Twitter account to praise Fox News’ Bret Baier for leveling the “Trump Derangement Syndrome” label at critics on-air. Levin also criticized MSNBC and CNN, which is typical of his feed.
Levin was a “special guest” at a campaign rally for a local GOP candidate in November 2018. After he got called out by Media Matters for violating a Fox News policy against campaigning, Levin used his radio show on Wednesday to insist “nobody” can stop him.