Dr. Mark Levin, a former Reagan Justice Department staffer and currently a Virginia-based radio host, criticized President Obama and echoed sentiments made by former New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani (R).
"Obama is the most preposterous and absurd president at any time in American history," Levin said, later comparing Obama to Neville Chamberlain in being a 'patsy' for the prominent threat at the time. For Chamberlain, it was the Nazis and their leader Adolf Hitler.
"He is a religious and historical illiterate," he continued, referencing remarks Obama made comparing ISIS' terrorist activities to the Crusades.
Levin discussed Obama's campaign promise to 'fundamentally transform America', saying that if someone has affection for something or someone, they will not aim to 'fundamentally transform' it.