"We're going to make Germany great again, that I can tell you": Bill Maher shows how Donald Trump and Hitler can sound eerily similar

On "Real Time," Bill Maher showed a video of Hitler speech "translated" into English — and it sounded very familiar


Brendan Gauthier
March 5, 2016 5:03PM (UTC)

"Real Time" host Bill Maher last night went to the trouble of having one of Hitler's speeches "translated" to English in order to contextualize Donald Trump's idiosyncratic, KKK-endorsed hate-speech.

Since Trump entered the race in August, it has been widely re-reported that he at one time kept a volume of Hitler's speeches in a cabinet by his bed, which, according to his ex-wife Ivana, he would occasionally thumb through.

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The uncommon practice was first reported in a 1990 Vanity Fair profile of Trump, and has since been added to the stockpile of ammunition the Republican party is gathering in order to somehow, some way block a Trump nomination at the Convention in July.

"We're going to make Germany great again, that I can tell you," Maher's translation begins. "Germany doesn't win anymore. England, France, America -- they're laughing at us. The Treaty of Versailles? A terrible deal!"

"And look, I love the Jews -- nobody loves the Jews more than me, but folks, either we have a Fatherland or we don't," Hitler continues. "So we're gonna have to build a camp. And I will make the Jews pay for it."

Watch the bit below:


Brendan Gauthier

Brendan Gauthier is a freelance writer.

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