A dean at a prominent American university has leveled a stunning charge against the president of the United States.
“Events in the aftermath of the violence in Charlottesville have made this abundantly clear. For the first time in our history, a Nazi sympathizer occupies the Oval Office,” writes George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs dean Reuben Brigety at Foreign Policy.
“In essence, Trump definitively showed the world who he is,” Brigety writes. “And we should believe him.”
Calling Donald Trump “America’s first Nazi-supporting president,” Brigety claims that, at his August 15 press conference, Trump “spontaneously reiterated his support for white supremacist protesters.”
This alleged white supremacist support, Brigety says, “forced a stark moral choice upon senior officials in his administration: vigorously denounce the heinous views of the man they serve, resign in protest, or be forever linked to” the reputed Nazi sympathies of Donald Trump.
“The unprecedented situation that we currently face,” Brigety continues, “…is that the elected government of the day is now led by a Nazi- and white-nationalist sympathizer.”
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