Melania Trump on Tuesday defended her husband, Donald Trump, against a comparison between him and Adolf Hitler, arguing his campaign is about uniting the country.
Trump also said a GQ reporter who incurred anti-semitic harassment and threats following a profile of the presumptive Republican nominee’s wife brought it on herself by penning the feature.
Asked about comedian Louis C.K.’s comment in March likening her husband to the German dictator, Trump reportedly stared blankly at a Dujour.com reporter, saying she didn’t know who the comedian was.
But, she said, “We know the truth. He’s not Hitler. He wants to help America. He wants to unite people. They think he doesn’t but he does. Even with the Muslims, it’s temporary,” Trump told Dujour.com. “Maybe he needs to say it in a softer way.