Ominously, these two have much in common. Hitler came to power in Germany in the 1930s and led his nation into World War II, which caused the deaths of millions of military personnel and civilians. …
Ominously, these two have much in common. Hitler came to power in Germany in the 1930s and led his nation into World War II, which caused the deaths of millions of military personnel and civilians. Trump was born into an extremely wealthy family and spent much of his early business career cheating many of his contractors out of millions of dollars. He had no political experience prior to being elected president in 2016.
The common thread (in my opinion) between Hitler and Trump is severe mental illness. Hitler was paranoid and in constant fear that some of his generals would try to overthrow him. Trump (appears to) suffer from a narcissistic personality disorder, which means he only cares about himself and will easily lie and cheat to get what he wants. Journalists have documented the thousands of lies he has told since he became president.
We have a presidential election coming up in November. Trump will undoubtedly run for reelection. As the election draws near, and if the polls show Trump is clearly behind or if it appears to be close, he may find a reason to cancel the election by using explanations of foreign interference with the election process or some other imminent danger.
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