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Critics Slam Trump for 'Despicable' Nazi-Esque Video Touting 'Creation of a Unified Reich'

May 22, 2024 View Original Article
  • Bias Rating

    10% Center

  • Reliability

    70% ReliableGood

  • Policy Leaning

    10% Center

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

41% : In the video, a voiceover asks, "What happens after Donald Trump wins?
35% : "A user took a shot at Trump, "Absolutely sickening.
27% : Donald Trump posted a Nazi-esque video on his Truth Social account implying "the creation of a unified Reich," if he wins the presidential election in November, then withdrew it after more than 19 hours of criticism from various quarters.
26% : Rep Daniel Goldman tweeted, slamming Trump, "Saying the quiet part out loud: Donald Trump wants to be the next Adolf Hitler.
19% : Trump is a narcissistic sociopath, idolizing Hitler.
8% : Another user slammed Trump, "The Nectarine Nazi wants to create a 'Unified Reich' Trump said the quiet part out loud 'What's next for America?'"The Trump campaign attempted to scapegoat an employee, suggesting Trump had nothing to do with his Truth Social Media post.

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