Trump said that illegal immigrants ‘poisoned mental institutions and prisons all over the world’ at a New Hampshire rally Multiple outlets have dragged up a Vanity Fair profile from 1990 that Ivana, Trump’s wife at the time, said Trump kept the book at his bedside She later quoted Trump as responding to the accusation saying: ‘If I had these speeches, and I am not saying that I do, I would never read them’. An interview with former President Donald Trump’s late first wife, where she claims he owned a book of Adolf Hitler’s speeches and kept it at his bedside, is resurfacing after Trump said migrants are ‘poisoning the blood of our country.’ At a recent rally in New Hampshire, former President Donald Trump stood in front of a crowd of Republicans and said illegal immigrants ‘poisoned mental institutions and prisons all over the world.’ Although he didn’t elaborate on how migrants are ‘poisoning’ mental institutions and prisons – Trump’s words resemble those of Adolf Hitler, who famously used the same phrase in his book Mein Kampf. (…) Trump told his supporters in a speech on Saturday in New Hampshire that migrants from ‘all over the world’ are ‘poisoning the blood of our country’ – a phrase he copied from Hitler. ‘All great cultures of the past perished only because the originally creative race died out from blood poisoning,’ the German dictator wrote in his 1925 manifesto. Trump also told his followers: ‘We’ve got a lot of work to do – you know, when they let, I think the real number is 15, 16 million people into our country. When they do that – we’ve got a lot of work to do.’
siehe auch: Donald Trump Used to Get Nazi Greeting at Work: Ivana. An interview with Donald Trump’s ex-wife, Ivana Trump, in which she said he received a Nazi salute, resurfaced as the former president faces backlash over his latest immigration remarks. The former president, who remains the front-runner to win the 2024 Republican presidential nomination and whose anti-immigration policies have been a cornerstone of his political career, has come under fire after claiming immigrants are “poisoning the blood” of the United States during a campaign event in Durham, New Hampshire, on Saturday.