Journalist, TV Personality
Who is Mark Levine?
Mark Levine is an American broadcast journalist who frequently appears as a pundit on FOX News, Fox Business News, MSNBC, Current, CNBC, and CNN Headline News. He often debates radio host Mike Gallagher on America Live with Megyn Kelly and Laura Ingraham on the O'Reilly Factor. Levine is the host of the nationally syndicated radio/television show Mark Levine's Inside Scoop on Washington, which began in June 2003 and is currently featured on local radio and television in Metropolitan Washington, DC and Northern Virginia. He also has regular shows on XM Satellite Radio and on Pacifica Radio in Washington DC. The Inside Scoop's tag line is "All the News from Washington the Government Does Not Want You to Know." From July to December 2007, Levine hosted the television show The American Dream on Press TV, until, he says, Press TV tried to censor him. Levine is well known for keeping a Constitution in his pocket when he debates on air.
Prior to his radio debut, Levine served three years as legislative counsel to Barney Frank, a high-ranking Democrat on the Judiciary and Homeland Security Committees. In that capacity Levine says he learned how Washington really works: from the way bills become law to political negotiations, spin, administration secrets, and dangerous lapses in American security. He was hired by Democrats.com on behalf of the Congressional Black Caucus to author the Congressional Challenge To Presidential Electors, "The 'Gore Exception': A Layman's Guide to the United States Supreme Court Decision in Bush v. Gore", and a section of the USA PATRIOT Act.
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