Mark Levin: 'Mr. President, I Wouldn't Let My Son be an Ambassador Under You'

Craig Bannister
By Craig Bannister | January 21, 2014 | 10:13 AM EST

Responding to President Barack Obama's comment that he wouldn't let his hypothetical son play in the NFL because it's not safe, radio host Mark Levin said he wouldn't let his theoretical progeny be an ambassador in the Obama administration.

Replying to Obama's comment in an interview with The New Yorker, Levin said it'd be safer to play pro football:

"So he wouldn't let his son play football--this pretend son that he has. It's like Jimmy Stewart with the pretend rabbit.

"Well let me tell you something, Mr. President: I wouldn't let my son be an ambassador under you. I'd much rather that he played football."