Biden says Trump used 'Hitler's language' after former president posts video touting 'unified Reich' - The Boston Globe

May 21, 2024 View Original Article
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51% : His administration said that more than 1 million claims have been granted to veterans since Biden signed the law, known as the PACT -- or "Promise to Address Comprehensive Toxics" -- Act, in August 2022.
47% : The headline in the video Trump shared on Truth Social appeared to be a reference to the formation of the modern pan-German nation, unifying smaller states into a single Reich, or empire, in 1871, according to the Associated Press.
27% : Trump has embraced terminology either wielded by, or often associated with, Nazi Germany and dictators before, including arguing that immigrants who enter the United States without documentation are "poisoning the blood of our country."
21% : "But the reference to Nazi Germany was clear, Biden said during appearances at a cluster of fund-raisers in Boston, saying Trump used the phrase "like the third Reich.
18% : A Trump spokesperson told news outlets that the video was created by a "random account online" and reposted by a campaign staffer "who clearly did not see the word" while Trump was in his criminal hush money trial in New York.
11% : Trump also promised that he would not be a dictator -- "except for Day 1."Biden on Tuesday pointed repeatedly to Trump's comments in Time magazine during his fund-raiser in Back Bay, saying that Trump wanted to "monitor women's pregnancies, prosecute those who violate the bans."
9% : (Trump told the magazine that it was "irrelevant whether I'm comfortable or not" with prosecuting women for getting an abortion "because the states are going to make those decisions.")"Trump isn't running to lead America.

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