- The Guardian obtained a copy of a new book about Trump written by Michael Bender, a reporter for the Wall Street Journal.
- In it, Bender wrote that Trump told John Kelly in 2018, “Hitler did a lot of good things.”
- Bender said Trump made the comments during his visit to Europe to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I.
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According to a new book, former President Donald Trump commented in 2018 that “Hitler did a lot of good things”, which shocked his chief of staff John Kelly.
Trump made these comments during his visit to Europe in November 2018 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. Wall Street Journal reporter Michael Bender wrote in his forthcoming book, “Frankly, we do Won this election,” The Guardian obtained a copy.
According to Bender, Kelly was “shocked” by Trump’s assertion. When Kelly told him that he was wrong, Trump “was not intimidated” and praised Hitler’s efforts to revive the German economy in the 1930s. s hard work.
According to the Guardian, Bender wrote that Kelly disagreed at all, saying that Germans “lived in poverty better than suffered from the Nazi genocide”.
Kelly then told Trump: “You can never say anything to support Adolf Hitler. You just can’t,” Bender said.
Bender’s excerpt said Trump denied commenting. Trump’s representative did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.
According to the Guardian, Bender reported that Trump’s comments on Hitler were triggered by Kelly giving Trump a brief history lesson on who was on whom during the war.
Kelly “reminded the president which countries were on which side during the conflict” and “connected the bits and pieces from World War I to World War II and all the atrocities of Hitler,” Bender wrote, according to the Guardian. .
The 2018 trip to Europe was another reason for Trump’s controversy.
Atlantic Report Before visiting the Aisne-Marne American Cemetery in France, Trump called the dead American soldiers resting there “losers.”
According to the Atlantic Monthly, during the same trip, Trump stated that the approximately 1,800 Marines who died in Belowood, France during the First World War were “fools” who were killed.
Trump repeatedly Refuse Make these remarks on the go.