Lawyer ‘tucked’ after asking if Hitler drafted part of Trump’s address to Congress — Video

lawyer gets tucked after asking if Hitler wrote part of Trump's speechOn Wednesday, Fox News’ Tucker Carlson interviewed a lawyer who issued a tweet asking if Adolf Hitler drafted part of Pres. Donald Trump’s speech to a joint session of Congress.

“Did hitler (sic) draft part of this speech?” asked Eric Guster, who, according to his website, is an “Alabama attorney and a nationally recognized legal analyst” who provides “commentary on legal issues involving major legal cases, social issues & politics.”  His site also says he “appears weekly on Fox News Channel, MSNBC, CNN and Fox Business Network.”

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Naturally, Twitter users didn’t think too highly of his opinion:

That’s putting it mildly.

We agree.

Here’s video of his appearance:

One person noted:


Another Twitter user gave Guster a quick history lesson:

But not in the alleged “minds” of those on the left.

H/T Twitchy


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