Trump’s campaign tweet accidentally shows Nazi uniforms

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Photo tweeted by Donald Trump’s campaign

NEW YORK — Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s campaign tweeted out a photo that mistakenly showed soldiers wearing Nazi uniforms.

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Close up shot of the soldiers.

The new campaign poster featured Trump’s face, $100 bills, the White House and soldiers. At the bottom were the words: “We need real leadership. We need results. Let’s put the U.S. back into business!”

People noticed that the soldiers in the picture were wearing Waffen-SS uniforms.
It turns out the picture was photo-shopped from a stock photo of what appears to be war re-enactors, not actual Nazi troops.

The Trump campaign quickly deleted the image from the Twitter account Tuesday and blamed the mistake on a “young intern”.


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