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Trump's latest flirtation with Nazi symbolism draws criticism

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

84% : "Every time Trump goes there it's a giant gift to the Biden campaign," said Alex Conant, a veteran of multiple Republican campaigns.
59% : A Decision Desk HQ/The Hill average of polls shows Trump ahead by 6 percentage points in Arizona, 6 points in Georgia, 4 points in Michigan, 7 points in Nevada, 2 points in Pennsylvania and 1 point in Wisconsin.
45% : "They want this election to be about Trump.
45% : They want to portray Trump as far outside the mainstream, and when Trump gives them fodder they're going to take advantage.
38% : Trump is leading President Biden in the polls in several key battleground states that will determine the outcome of November's election, but self-created controversies sparked by his rhetoric could be cause for concern for his campaign.
37% : "Despite the myriad controversies, Trump cruised through the Republican primary to secure the GOP nomination for president.
28% : "The video drew swift condemnation, including from the Biden campaign, which spent the day on the attack and noted it was just the latest instance of Trump using or promoting language often associated with Nazi Germany or World War II dictators.
27% : Tuesday's controversy was far from the first time Trump has found himself in hot water over his rhetoric drawing comparisons to dictators and Nazi Germany.
23% : When pressed on the latter phrases' connections to Hitler and Nazi Germany, Trump said he never read "Mein Kampf," Hitler's manifesto.
22% : Trump has been rebuked for calling his political opponents "vermin" and for saying on multiple occasions that immigrants entering the U.S. illegally are "poisoning the blood" of the country.
21% : It can't just be whack-a-mole [of] each crazy thing Trump says."
17% : Dating back further, Trump was widely criticized in 2022 for dining with Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes at Mar-a-Lago.
9% : Trump at a fundraiser earlier this month claimed Biden was running a "Gestapo administration," referring to the secret Nazi police force as he complained about his legal troubles.

*Our bias meter rating uses data science including sentiment analysis, machine learning and our proprietary algorithm for determining biases in news articles. Bias scores are on a scale of -100% to 100% with higher negative scores being more liberal and higher positive scores being more conservative, and 0% being neutral. The rating is an independent analysis and is not affiliated nor sponsored by the news source or any other organization.

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