Shaun King Daily News
Is Donald Trump an existential threat to America? Is he dangerous? I think so. You probably think so.
The Economist thinks so.
Andrew Sullivan thinks so.
Sam Stein, the Senior Politics Editor for The Huffington Post, thinks so.
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Dana Milbank of the Washington Post thinks so.
Ezra Klein called Donald Trump “the most dangerous presidential candidate in recent memory.”
Salon called him a “dangerous demagogue.”
Hillary Clinton said he’s “dangerously incoherent.”
Spiegel Online, one of the most viewed political websites in Germany, called Donald Trump “The World’s Most Dangerous Man.”
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets supporters after a rally, Thursday, April 28, 2016 in Costa Mesa, Calif. (CHRIS CARLSON/AP)
Over the course of the past year, hundreds of publications and pundits have openly said that Donald Trump poses a very real danger to this country and to the world. Our very own Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, called Trump a racist, but said he would continue to back him.
An Iowa lawmaker just left the Republican Party over Donald Trump and compared him to Hitler.
A Holocaust survivor recently told his son that Trump reminded him of Hitler.
Anne Frank’s family said the same thing.
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Several world leaders have now compared Trump to Hitler and Mussolini.
I’ve made the comparison multiple times.
Last week, Emmett Rensin, an editor at Vox, was suspended after he wrote a series of tweets about protesters who recently turned violent at a Donald Trump rally in California.
This particular tweet was the one that was cited for his suspension.