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Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean (D) faced backlash after seeming to compare Trump supporters to neo-Nazis.

Dean, a 2004 Democratic presidential candidate and former head of the DNC, tweeted about a Georgia neo-Nazi rally that included large, burning swastikas.

Over the weekend, members of the National Socialist Movement rallied in Newnan, about halfway between Atlanta and Talladega, Ala., according to TIME.

Dean tweeted "Trump base voters" in reference to the rally. 

On Tuesday, Dean said he was not trying to compare all Trump supporters to white supremacists. 

"I don't think most Trump supporters are neo Nazis. It is clear, however, that neo Nazis (sic) are part of Trumps (sic) voter base and supporters," Dean said.

Trump received backlash last summer after saying there were "very fine people" on both sides after white supremacists clashed with counter-protesters over the removal of a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, Va.

Dean previously made headlines after he declared Trump was likely using illicit drugs during a 2016 debate where the New Yorker kept sniffling.

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