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What is the difference on the economic stances and policies between Donald Trump and Hitlers, so far I'm aware of Hitler ending trades and imported goods from other countries whilst creating more agricultural jobs are Trumps policy's similar?

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DDX Project answered

Trump's "business dealings": Sucker people to invest into his projects promising double their investments using his fame. In the contract for these projects, Trump includes a big cut for himself. Builds the building, building isn't profitable as expected. Files bankruptcy, sells project, and makes way with the original cut he got from the contract. Repeat.


Hitler suspended the gold standard, embarked on huge public-works programs like autobahns, protected industry from foreign competition, expanded credit, instituted jobs programs, bullied the private sector on prices and production decisions, vastly expanded the military, enforced capital controls, instituted family planning, penalized smoking, brought about national healthcare and unemployment insurance, imposed education standards, and eventually ran huge deficits. The Nazi interventionist program was essential to the regime's rejection of the market economy and its embrace of socialism in one country.

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PJ Stein answered

Trump and Hitler are two different ideals, so please get off that. And Trump has business dealings all over the world so I highly doubt he would limit his own income.

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crow robot answered

Hitler wanted world domination.

Trump wants a decent world.

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