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Trump reportedly said Hitler “done a lot of good things”: new book

  • According to reports, Donald Trump said Hitler did a lot of good things.
  • These remarks were made by Trump when he visited Europe in 2018 to commemorate the end of the First World War.
  • Trump’s then chief of staff John Kelly According to reports, “Tell the President that he was wrong, but he was not deterred.

The Guardian quoted an upcoming book report on Wednesday that Donald Trump told his chief of staff when he visited Europe during the U.S. president, “Hitler did a lot of good things.”

According to reports, Trump’s then chief of staff, John Kelly, was “shocked” by the remarks.

The British newspaper said that Michael Bender of The Wall Street Journal detailed this exchange in his forthcoming book, “Frankly, We Did Win This Election.”

The Guardian said it had obtained a copy of the book before it was published next week.

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According to reports, Trump made the above comments during Kelly’s visit to Europe in 2018 to commemorate the end of the First World War and gave the president an impromptu history lesson.

According to the book, Kelly “reminded the president of which countries were on which side during the conflict” and “connected the bits and pieces of World War I and World War II and all the atrocities committed by Hitler.”

According to reports, Trump said:

Well, Hitler did a lot of good things.

According to reports, Kelly “told the president that he was wrong, but Trump was not deterred”, emphasizing the German economic recovery under Hitler’s leadership in the 1930s.

“Kelly fought back again,” the Guardian quoted Bender as saying, “and believes that the German people are poorer than the Nazi genocide.”

Kelly told Trump that even if his claims about the German economy under Nazi rule are true, “you can’t say anything to support Adolf Hitler. You just can’t.”

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According to the Guardian, Bender has been interviewing Trump since his defeat in the November 2020 election, and the former president denied any comment on Hitler.

Kelly, a former Marine Corps general who left the White House in early 2019, made some critical comments on Trump after the former president’s supporters attacked the U.S. Capitol on January 6.

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