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Bloomberg columnist Eli Lake attacked Donald Trump for advocating a policy of "America First," saying the slogan is reminiscent of rhetoric during the "Nazi era."
"This slogan is most associated with aviator Charles Lindbergh," Lake said, "who spent a great deal of time in the late 1930s gushing at how wonderful the Third Reich was."
Trump = Hitler confirmed.
Trump's New Slogan Has Old Baggage From Nazi EraThe term "America First" was associated with something different in the past, therefor it pretty much means the same thing today, even though it doesn't.
Lake's position is interesting considering a brief look at his recent columns shows he's an "Israel Firster."
Lake went on to attack Trump for his support of Russia and peddle baseless conspiracy theories suggesting he's only favorable toward the nation because he has "business dealings" in Moscow.
But the front-runner ought to be careful. If his political opponents were to attack him in kind, they might point to Trump's long history of business dealings with Moscow -- as my colleague Josh Rogin has reported. Perhaps they would ask whether Trump's soft stand on Russia was influenced by his new campaign adviser, Paul Manafort, who also sought real-estate deals with a Moscow-connected billionaire in Ukraine.There's nothing better for business than jumping into politics as a right-winger, leaving your popular TV show, having multiple contracts broken due to your political stances, placing all your businesses on hold, then spending huge amounts of your own personal money trying to get elected President.
Lake's hit piece is more evidence Trump is actually looking out for America, despite such an idea being "largely banished from respectable discourse," it's finally making a comeback and has the rats scurrying.
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