Donald Trump Invokes Rhetoric Against Migrants Similar To Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kempf”

donald trump invokes rhetoric against migrants similar to adolf hitler’s “mein kempf”

donald trump invokes rhetoric against migrants similar to adolf hitler’s “mein kempf”

In a shocking incident, Donald Trump, who served as the 45th president of the United States from 2017 to 2021, delivered alarming anti-migrant remarks about “blood” purity just like Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kempf” at an event.

During the early-voting state of New Hampshire, Donald Trump drew on words similar to Adolf Hitler’s “Mein Kempf” and Nazi slogans of World War II.

During a political rally, Trump said about the numbers of migrants coming to the U.S. without immediate legal status, “They’re poisoning the blood of our country.” He further said, “All over the world they’re pouring into our country.”

Donald Trump’s anti-immigrant remark

Donald Trump has used dangerous vocabulary against migrants at his various MAGA rallies and criminal court appearances. He said that “migrants are poisoning the blood.” He accused the migrants of “poisoning the blood of our country.”

The White House slammed Donald Trump’s remark. The White House described Trump’s comments fascist-like rhetoric. 

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White House Deputy Press Secretary Andrew Bates said, “Echoing the grotesque rhetoric of fascists and violent white supremacists and threatening to oppress those who disagree with the government are dangerous attacks on the dignity and rights of all Americans, on our democracy, and on public safety.”

Andrew Bates compared Trump’s remarks — made during the campaign rally — to those of Adolf Hitler. 

Ammar Moussa, a Biden-Harris 2024 spokesperson, said, “Donald Trump channeled his role models as he parroted Adolf Hitler.”

New Jersey governor Chris Christie said, “He’s becoming crazier.” Christie further said, “We can’t beat Joe Biden with someone who talks that way about immigrants to this country.”

Previously, Joe Biden, the current president of the US, accused Trump of echoing Nazi leader Adolf Hitler when he described political opponents as “vermin.”

Former U.S. President and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump insulted the migrants in the US. His statement drew criticism as xenophobic and echoing of Nazi rhetoric.

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