Former President Donald Trump’s camp has denied recent claims that he praised the “good deeds” of the notorious Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler.
In a new book published by Michael Bender of The Wall Street Journal called “Frankly, We Did Win This Election”, the former president is said to have made an official visit to Europe in 2018 During the conversation with the then chief of staff John Kelly (John Kelly) praised Hitler.
“Well, Hitler did a lot of good things,” Trump said based on the book, a copy of which was made by protector.
On Wednesday, Trump’s spokeswoman Liz Harrington dismissed the book’s claims as “fake news” and called Kelly “incompetent.”
“It’s totally fake,” Harrington says“President Trump has never said this. This is fake news, and it is likely that an incompetent general has been fired.”
According to the book, Kelly tried to correct Trump’s views, but the former president was “not deterred.” He also touted the German economic recovery under the dictatorship of the 1930s.
Kelly allegedly “fought back” and told Trump, “You can never say anything to support Adolf Hitler. You just can’t.”
Hitler led the notorious Nazi Party, which brutally killed approximately 6 million Jews. According to reports, during his administration, Jews detained in Auschwitz-Birkenau and other death camps conducted terrible experiments under the guise of medical research. history.
Trump has previously been criticized for canceling a scheduled visit to the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery in France in 2018. At the time, the former president claimed that the rain prevented helicopters or the Secret Service from taking him to the cemetery.
However, a later report Atlantic Organization Said Trump canceled the trip because he was worried that the rain would mess up his hair.The report also said that the former president thought it was not important to pay tribute to the American soldiers who died in action. He called it “loser.”
“Why should I go to that cemetery? It is full of losers,” he reportedly told the staff.
1990, Vanity Fair According to reports, Trump kept a book containing Hitler’s speeches in the cupboard next to his bed. When asked if the book was available, the former president replied: “Actually, it was Paramount’s friend Matty Davis who gave me a copy of “My Struggle.” He is Jewish.”
“If I have these lectures, and I’m not saying I have, I will never read them,” he added.