What can you even say at this point?
The far left thinks Trump is Literally HitlerTM even though he *actually* called for
(1) peace with Russia repeatedly during the campaign (while Hillary Clinton was demanding policies to incite conflict and even war with Russia in Syria),These are *not* the hallmarks of a fascist regime, which would be demanding war on all fronts.
(2) an “America First” foreign policy which called for *less intervention* worldwide and harkened back to the isolationist American dislike of war,
(3) rejecting the insane Neoconservative policy of endless wars for regime change in the Middle East, and
(4) called for serious rethinking of NATO.
If anything, the Neoconservative dominance of America under George W. Bush has a much greater claim to being labelled a period of American quasi-fascism.
It was the Neoconservative warmongers who were responsible for the illegal invasion of Iraq in 2003, torture, kidnapping, black prisons, assassinations, and the mass slaughter and civil war in Iraq caused by their invasion and occupation.
But Trump has earned almost nothing but extreme hostility from Neoconservatives, and hardcore Neocons – for example, like John Bolton or Elliott Abrams – have not been brought into his administration.
Any honest and fair assessment of the administration even now suggests it may be a retreat from fanatical Neoconservative policies.
The true intellectual and political forebear of Donald Trump is Pat Buchanan – not Hitler. Pat Buchanan was, and is, an American Paleoconservative, and a type of isolationist, who has vehemently and repeatedly objected to America being an empire and its horror show of endless Neocon wars.
And what about President Trump’s attitude to nuclear weapons now? See this clip:
Obviously, military people explained to him the terrifying, destructive power of modern thermonuclear weapons. I suspect he understands very well how insane using such weapons would be, despite the ravings of the far Left.