Biden, Democrats slam video on Trump site referencing 'Unified Reich' while Republicans avoid comment

May 21, 2024 View Original Article
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

41% : President Joe Biden on Tuesday took aim at Donald Trump for the since-deleted video reposted to his social media site Truth Social referencing a "Unified Reich" if reelected.
34% : "MORE: Trump deletes social media video about election victory referencing 'Unified Reich' after facing backlashThe video was online for more than 18 hours before it was deleted on Tuesday.
22% : Sen. Dick Durbin, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said it's "hard to believe" these things are accidental, as he referenced several other comments from Trump over the last several years that he said mirrored Nazism.
10% : Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, an outspoken critic of Trump, said he hasn't seen the video.
6% : "Trump has denied ever reading "Mein Kampf" and his campaign previously said comparisons made by Trump's critics to Hitler or Mussolini are "ridiculous.

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