Arnold Schwarzenegger compares US Capitol insurrection to Kristallnacht

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  • The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “Arnold Schwarzenegger compares US Capitol insurrection to Kristallnacht” – below is their description.

    Arnold Schwarzenegger has likened the attempt by Donald Trump’s supporters to storm the US Capitol to Kristallnacht when more than 100 Jews were killed as Nazis rampaged through Germany and Austria.

    In a seven-minute address on Twitter, the Austrian-born film star and former Republican governor of California gave a withering and emotional condemnation of last week’s rampage by the president’s supporters

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