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Donald Trump Jr. Compares Hilary Clinton to a ‘Reptile’ Following Her Comments About ‘Deprogramming’ Trump Supporters

by Jessica

Donald Trump Jr., the son of former President Donald Trump, has criticized Hillary Clinton, the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, and issued a cautionary message to voters, as reported by

In response to Clinton’s call for a “formal deprogramming” of Trump supporters, whom she labeled as “cult members,” Trump Jr. offered his perspective during a recent interview with Newsmax’s Eric Bolling.

He asserted that Clinton’s remarks should raise concerns for everyone, suggesting that she was openly articulating the Democrats’ hidden intentions. According to Trump Jr., voting for President Joe Biden in 2024 could be interpreted as an endorsement of sending friends and family to “reeducation camps.”

Drawing historical parallels, Trump Jr. referenced past totalitarian regimes such as Mao’s China and Pol Pot’s Cambodia, which employed similar methods to control and manipulate populations. He cautioned against embracing such concepts, stating that they had caused immense suffering and loss of life.

Trump Jr. asserted that the language used by Clinton was not an isolated incident but had become increasingly prevalent within the Democratic party. He urged individuals to exercise caution and not blindly endorse radical ideas put forth by the party, as dissent could potentially lead to the prospect of reeducation.

When questioned about Clinton’s motivation for her remarks, Trump Jr. did not hold back in his criticism. He described her as having one of the worst personalities in political history, lacking empathy and understanding, and even made an unflattering comparison to a “reptile.”

This isn’t the first time Donald Trump Jr. has made controversial statements while defending his father. Recently, he suggested that the latest criminal indictment against his father was aimed at undermining his chances in the upcoming presidential election, likening the country’s legal system to a “banana republic.” He further equated a particular individual’s remarks to those of Adam Schiff, drawing a comparison.

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