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Joe Biden criticizes Donald Trump's post: “Hitler's language, not the USA's”

The President of the United States, Joe Biden, stated that Donald Trump's post referring to the Nazi regime is “the language of [Adolf] Hitler.”

“This is the language of Hitler, not America [Estados Unidos],” Biden said during a fundraising event in Boston this Tuesday (21).

Trump took down a video posted to his Truth Social account that included reference to a “unified Reich” after the Biden campaign and others criticized his use of language often associated with the Nazi regime.

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Posted on Monday afternoon (20), the 30-second video was deleted from Trump's Truth Social account.

The publication portrayed a positive outlook for the US should the former president defeat Biden in the November election, featuring hypothetical newspaper headlines about a booming economy and a crackdown on immigration at the US southern border.

At two points in the video, the text below a headline says: “Industrial strength has increased significantly… driven by the creation of a unified Reich.” The text is a little blurry, which makes it difficult to understand at first glance.

Karoline Leavitt, a spokeswoman for the Trump campaign, said in a statement that the video was created by someone outside the campaign and shared by a staffer who did not notice the use of the word “Reich” before posting.

She highlighted that the former president was in court at the time of publication. He is on trial in New York over a secret payment to an adult film star.

Source: CNN Brasil

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