Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden compares President Donald Trump to Nazi propaganda minister Josef Goebbels.
When Biden was asked during an interview on MSNBC how he fought Trump’s repeated claim that he was pushing a socialist agenda, the former vice president did not spare criticism.
Trump is “about like Goebbels. When you tell the lie long enough, keep repeating it over and over again you really believe in him and make voters believe in him.”
Biden argued that the president was using claims related to a socialist approach as a way of distracting himself from his treatment of the corona plague.
“I think people clearly see the difference between me and Donald Trump. He’s a little more like Fidel Castro than Churchill in this matter,” Biden said, implying that Trump is dictatorial.
The Trump campaign vehemently rejected the comparison. “Instead of making unfounded accusations against the president, Joe Biden should desperately stop trying to distract Americans from documenting his disastrous conduct and the problematic policies he is going to pursue if elected.”
The Republican Jewish Coalition called on Biden to apologize for his remarks. “The rule in argument is that once you call your opponent a Nazi, your argument loses its power. Instead of arguing about policy, Biden deals with insults and comparisons to the Holocaust.”
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