President Donald Trump delivered a speech to the National Scout Jamboree on Monday, but some on the left immediately likened it to Nazi Germany. 

Comparing the assembled children to the Hitler Youth of the 1930s, liberals blasted Trump for making political statements at the West Virginia gathering. 


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At several points in the speech, the president drew supportive chants from the crowd. 

"As the scout law says, a scout is trustworthy, loyal. We could use some more loyalty, I will tell you that," said Trump.

Trump also railed against what he sees as "fake news" and spoke out against ObamaCare, urging Republicans to send a bill to his desk to replace the law.

The president drew chants of "U-S-A" as he went along in the address. But the left took exception to Trump deciding to bring politics into the event, calling it "indoctrination" of young people.

 

The comparisons drew a lot of pushback, however...

Some of the scouts' parents were also unhappy with the organization after hearing the speech.

"Done with scouts after you felt the need to have my kid listen to a liar stroke his ego on our time," one mother wrote on the Boy Scouts of America Facebook page. 

Boy Scouts of America said in a statement that it "is wholly non-partisan and does not promote any one position, product, service, political candidate or philosophy."

Presidents have long spoken to the scouts at the event, but past remarks were not political in nature.


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