In this news article, it is suggested that The Donald could become the new Htiler:
The following quote is from the article:
Many observers have already drawn parallels between Trump and Adolf Hitler — not late Hitler, but early Hitler, before the horrors of the late 1930s and World War II (in other words, before Hitler became Hitler, back when millions of Germans viewed him as a refreshingly bold and strong leader who could restore a troubled country).
To do so is not to suggest that Trump is or would become another Hitler. No one knows what Trump would do with the power of the presidency, and fanatical psychopathic dictators like Hitler are thankfully rare. But the parallels between the rise of the two men are clear enough that it would be unwise to ignore them. Especially because, as Slate’s Will Saletan recently observed, Trump’s rhetoric is, in fact, becoming more and more early-Hitler-like.
Hitler himself went from fringe politician to chancellor of Germany in the space of a few years. And he went from Chancellor to dictator in a matter of months.
If Trump is elected president next month, he will instantly have more power than Hitler had when he was appointed chancellor of Germany in 1933.
If Trump is elected President, he could become an all-powerful dictator, just like Adolf Hitler. Trump’s hair could become his symbol, just like Hitler’s haircut became famous.
In the middle of last night’s debate, Trump said, regarding Hillary: “Such a nasty woman.”
Hitler respected women, unlike Trump. You can read the latest news about Trump’s disrespect for women:
There are other differences between Trump and Hitler. Trump has had two wives who have divorced him, and he is now married to a third woman. Hitler was never married, although he did go through a marriage ceremony just before he committed suicide. Hitler served in the Army, but Trump has never had any military service.