Fox News' Mark Levin makes frantic and desperate attempt to defend Donald Trump from indictment charges

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Citation From the June 9, 2023, edition of Fox News' The Story with Martha Maccallum

MARTHA MACCALLUM (ANCHOR): Standby if you would panel, I want to bring in Mark Levin, host of Life, Liberty & Levin, who is joining us on the phone, Mark, your reaction to what we're hearing this afternoon? Welcome.

MARK LEVIN: Well I read the indictment, thank you, and there's a lot of theories. How many documents were actually destroyed? It doesn't say. How many documents were actually altered? Doesn't say. Wouldn't you think if documents were destroyed and altered that that would be right at the beginning of the indictment list of charges? We have boxes removed, okay so what? What happened to the boxes? We have, people were told maybe they would consider — according to the indictment — “you know he signaled to me to get rid of stuff." Nothing was gotten rid of. I'm sure the prosecutor looked, I'm sure he was desperate to find some actual physical act, that would demonstrate that all of this fury from witnesses — and supposed statements and so — this is the kind of thing that the defense is going to do. They're going to say what harm are they even talking about? We didn't destroy anything we were negotiating. The man lives in two places, so he brought boxes with him.