The upcoming book of Michael Bender has been creating a lot of talks in the town. In the book named “Frankly, We Did Win This Election: The Inside Story of How Trump Lost,” it has been revealed that the former president Donald Trump said in his last visit to Europe in 2018 that ” Hitler was a good man and some of his deeds were good.” He said this to John Kelly who was the chief of staff at that time.
Some of Trump’s allies also supported the president, denying that he ever made the remark. One anonymous source said that Kelly “told the president that he was wrong, but Trump didn’t stop them from telling this.” While Trump cited Germany
In the book, it has been written that Kelly didn’t support the idea of Trump praising Hitler as, during the time of World War, it was America who faced a lot of destruction because of Hitler’s ideas. Although these comments were said to be false. “The comments are patently false,” said a spokesperson for the Great Leader. “The President never said this. It’s always hard to admit it, but some stories are completely fake. This is one of them.”
Even though Kelly was chief of staff for Trump, he still had a difficult time grasping Trump’s vision. He often wanted things done his way and found it almost impossible to provide the kind of structure and guidance Trump needed to maintain control over his unruly White House. Some of the incidents between Trump and Kelly have been listed in the book.