Trump says controversial language on immigrants ‘gets people thinking’

Former President Donald Trump defended his rhetoric on immigrants, suggesting that it “gets people thinking about very important issues.”

Trump appeared on Mediabuzz Sunday, where he was asked about his controversial choice of words. The presidential candidate used the phrase “poisoning the blood” during a December rally in Durham, New Hampshire, which critics said was a quote used by Adolf Hitler. According to Trump, he did not know it was rhetoric once used by the Nazi leader.

“I didn’t know that, but that’s what they say because our country is being poisoned,” Trump said. “We can be nice about it. We can talk about, oh, I wanna be politically correct, but we have people coming in from prisons and jails, long-term murderers, people with sentences that the rest of their lives are going to spend in some jail and
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