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Mark Levin Accuses Fox News Colleagues of Taking His Ideas ‘Without Attribution’

The host provided no examples and was back to praising other Fox News talent shortly

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.