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Scarborough: Trump management as “Hogan’s Heroes’ Nazis

in the vicinityVideoMSNBC host Joe Scarborough compares Trump to manage a TV show with Nazi characters

MSNBC host Joe Scarborough was quickly clear that he Heroes not Trump and his management Nazis, is calling only the Nazis from the old TV show “Hogan’s.’

MSNBC host Joe Scarborough was not sure everyone understood, he was the comparison of Donald Trump and the president’s team to Nazis in his show on Friday. But, he said, if you “Nazis”, he knows exactly what it would be.

“Always, when people start getting overwhelmed and need to talk about Donald Trump and say, you know, they’re all Nazis, I say no, no, no, no, come on, they are not Nazis,” Scarborough said after playing a clip in which the President said he was opposed to its employees and the funding of the Special Olympics. “But if they were Nazis, they were the Heroes of the “Hogan’ s.'”

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“Hogan’s Heroes” was a comedy Show, aired from 1965-1971 in a German pow camp during the second world war.

1965: L-R: Austrian actor John Banner, American actor Bob Crane, and the German-born actor Werner Klemperer pose in a portrait for the world war II-set TV series, ‘Hogan’s Heroes advertising’. Banner and Klemperer wear Nazi uniforms, and the crane is wearing a cap and jacket. (Photo: CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images)

The allied prisoners being led to run special operations under the nose of incompetent Nazis, Colonel Klink and Sgt. Schultz.

“I mean, the Colonel Klink of action is here,” Scarborough said, in regard to the management of change on the financing for the Special Olympics.

Critics had already cut the attack on the administration for its decision to Finance the program.

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Trump told reporters at the White house on Thursday, “I have overwritten the my people for the financing of the Special Olympics.”

The Trump-administration, education-budget-called the proposal originally for the elimination of $17.6 million for the Special Olympics, about 10 percent of the group’s total turnover.

Fox News’ Frank miles contributed to this report.

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