October 19, 2021

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The U.S. says Trump will imitate Hitler to stay in power

The U.S. says Trump will imitate Hitler to stay in power

Washington | In the last few weeks in the White House, Donald Trump has feared that the president will turn to the military to stay in power as a top American military leader, two Washington Post journalists wrote that have gone so far as to compare the billionaire’s rhetoric to that of Adolf Hitler.

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He compared the days when Donald Trump mistakenly claimed that General Mark Mille had won the presidential election in 1933 to the removal of political opposition forces and the exploitation of the autocratic regime in Germany by the Nazis. .

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“We live like Reichstag,” the American chief of staff told his colleagues, according to the new book, “I Alone Can Fix It: Donald J. Trump’s Disaster Final Year.”

General Mille, who believes he is “stomach-tied” to the claims of false presidents, likened Donald Trump’s rhetoric to “F్యూhrer’s gospel word” and reassured Carol Leonig and Philip Ruckers. The two journalists claimed to have interviewed more than 140 people to write their book.

A spokesman for General Mark Mille declined to confirm the statements.

According to book authors, a top Pentagon official has repeatedly raised concerns about a possible uprising on Donald Trump’s side.

After attending a security conference on November 10, 2020, which focused on the pro-Trump rally “Million Maga March” that challenged the election results last week, Mark Mille said he feared the descent of “brown shirts” into the streets. ”, Refers to the paramilitary formation of the National Socialist Party.

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In the following weeks, the U.S. Chief of Staff U.S. Extensive consultation with military officials to investigate Trump’s prospects, drawing on men placed in the Pentagon, CIA and the United States. FBI, to retain power by force.

These negotiations finally reassured him. “It simply came to our notice then. It’s solid. Institutions are bent, but do not break, ”he said.