Fast Talking MSNBC host Chris Matthews described President Donald Trump’s strikingly populist and nationalist inaugural address as being reminiscent of Hitler’s rhetoric. “He said today ‘America first,’” Matthews said as President Obama departed D.C. by helicopter on screen. “It was not just the racial—I shouldn’t say racial, I should say Hitlerian—background to it.
The message I keep thinking is: What does [U.K. prime minister] Theresa May think of this when she picks up the paper and says, ‘Oh my God, what did he just say? He said America first. What happened to the special relationship?’ What if you’re Putin? You’re probably pounding the table, saying, ‘That’s what I’ve been saying! Russia first!’”
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Other Analysts went further saying President Donald Trump’s Inauguration Speech Was A Declaration Of War. President Donald Trump’s inauguration speech was not meant to bridge political divides. Instead, it was a clear and concise declaration of war against the established order.
There were no calls for unity or attempts to bridge the political divide. After being sworn in as the 45th President of the United States, Trump issued a call to arms and declared war on the ruling class.
“For too long, a small group in our nation’s capital has reaped the rewards of government while the people have bore the cost,” Trump said. “Washington flourished, but the people did not share in its wealth.”
The time for empty rhetoric is over. Now arrives the hour of action.”
Trump’s inauguration speech identified the new president’s enemies, set the terms of their defeat, and made his battle plan against them clear. Now we’ll have to see if he’s able to execute it.