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Is Trump USA?

Reader comment on item: There's a Name for Trump's Brand of Politics: Neo-fascism

Submitted by Arnie (Canada), Apr 10, 2016 at 16:06

Support for Trump reveals the lower, god-fearing intellect of many US voters. Trump reflects the narrow-minded, nationalistic, exploitive, aggressive, irrational, and self-aggrandizing strain in the character of many people. The US needs a smart leader, not a self-booster.

In the 1940's I heard the ranting speeches of Hitler on short-wave radio - sounded much like Trump.

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