Trump used in the election campaign photos of SS
US presidential candidate in the 2016 election of the year billionaire Donald Trump posted yesterday, 14 July, on his Twitter page a photo of Nazi soldiers from World War II, using it as part of his advertising campaign.
The American tycoon, with over 3 million followers, posted an image with the hashtag #MakeAmericaGreatAgain (“Let's Make America Great Again”) on his page, in which a photo of Trump himself is displayed against the background of the American flag.
Between the stripes of the flag are images of dollar bills, the White House and columns of marching soldiers. At the bottom of the picture is the text: “We need real guidance. We need results. Let's put the US back in the game. ”
Some time later, readers noticed the image of an eagle on the uniform of one of the soldiers. After a more thorough study, it turned out that the photo shows the SS troops, who were under the command of the Nazi leader Heinrich Himmler.
Donald Trump's campaign immediately removed the photo from its page, publishing it in an excuse that a "young intern" was guilty of the incident, who had already "apologized for the mistake."
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