Donald Trump’s Presidential Ad Campaign Included Nazis

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Donald Trump has blamed an intern for the accidental inclusion of Nazi soldiers in his Twitter ad campaign for the next Presidential election.

On the morning of July 14th, Donald Trump posted to Twitter with an image of himself, the White House, and soldiers behind the American flag. Little did he know, however, that the soldiers included in the photo were part of the Nazi party.

The photo merely stated: #MakeAmericaGreatAgain.

When scrutinized closely, the image of the soldiers shows the SS eagle insignia on their arms and one of the soldiers is wearing the dot camouflage print, which is associated with the Nazis.

The photograph was taken from iStock and was a photograph of a reenactment rather than real SS soldiers.

Nazi Soldiers

Stock Photo of SS Soldiers Used On Trump’s Twitter Ad (iStock)

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