Trump Accused of ‘Echoing Nazi Germany’ Because of THIS?

( – Former President Donald Trump is being accused of “echoing Nazi Germany” by featuring a note about creating a “unified Reich” and other references that conjured images of the German Empire in a Truth Social post.

Trump campaign spokesperson Karoline Leavitt addressed the controversy, stating, “This was not a campaign video. It was created by a random account online and reposted by a staffer who clearly did not see the word while the President was in court.”

The hypothetical headlines were presented as if they would result from Trump’s victory in the 2024 election.

Various messages also quickly flashed across the screen, including optimistic predictions like “Trump wins!!” and “Economy booms!” Some of the messages seem to reference historical events related to World War I.

This controversy came at a time when Trump, the presumptive GOP nominee, is already under scrutiny for using language reminiscent of that used in Nazi Germany.

Moreover, the campaign video appeared to have used a standard online video template titled “Newspaper Vintage History Headlines Promo,” which included headlines related to Germany and the World Wars, such as “World War II Begins, September 1939.”

The phrase “unified Reich” seen in Trump’s video seemed to have been directly pulled from a Wikipedia entry about World War I, which indicated it was included as part of the pre-existing video template.

Furthermore, Trump has previously come under fire for various remarks, including his description of President Biden’s administration as a “Gestapo administration” and his statements about immigrants illegally entering the U.S. as “poisoning the blood of our country.”

He has also referred to his political adversaries as “vermin,” using language that is disturbingly similar to that used by Adolf Hitler.

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