Conservative radio host Mark LevinMark Reed LevinFormer California senator prods Feinstein to consider retirement Elder pledges to replace Feinstein with Republican if he wins California recall election Sunday shows preview: Feds slam social media over COVID-19 misinformation MORE gave Republican presidential front-runner some “friendly advice” about his accusations against rival Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzPoll: Trump dominates 2024 Republican primary field Republican politicians: Let OSHA do its job O'Rourke prepping run for governor in Texas: report MORE: “Cut the crap.”
In a Facebook post on Saturday, Levin told Trump to stop his attacks against Cruz (R-Texas) or he “will lose lots and lots of conservatives.”
“Save the New York City bully tactics for the New York City liberals,” Levin continued.
But the harsh remarks toward Trump didn’t stop there.
“Put down your computer keyboard for a few hours, think before you tweet, and collect yourself,” he said. “You’re not politically invincible, regardless of the polls and media.”
Levin said he is hearing “more and more” that people are getting “fed up” with Trump’s attacks against Cruz.
“Engage on real and substantive issues that matter to the country,” Levin ended the post.
Trump escalated the feud on Saturday morning in a string of tweets directed at the Texas senator.