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between pre-WW II Germany and modern-day America have given rise to speculations on the re-emergence of a new Hitler.
With the US military increasing its dominance in American life, the decline of morality and sexual mores, along with the destructive effects of a collapsing economy, the setting is ripe for a charismatic figure to arise from the US military in the mold of an Adolf Hitler.
Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, whose office arranges the briefings, was asked recently what he would want to say to Trump to help educate him about foreign policy and perhaps counter some of his ideas, such as temporarily banning Muslims from entering the United States.'There's a long-standing practice of briefing each of the candidates once they are officially designated.
And that sort of shifts into higher gear, in terms of detail, after the president-elect is known,' Clapper said.
An old political saw says a White House candidate believes firmly in his or her foreign policy views — until that first top-secret briefing.
Pictured, a binder containing copies of the President's Daily Brief during the late 1960s The first one on December 5 almost didn't happen because water poured through the ceiling of the CIA's outpost in Austin, Texas, threatening efforts to reproduce the brief on sensitive communications equipment.
President Harry Truman started the briefings to get the nominees up to speed on problems around the globe before they walk into the Oval Office.as international money lenders, Germans blamed the Jews for the degradation of German culture due to their dominant presence in the press, the stage, literature and the arts, accusing them of peddling pornography and base sexual mores.A leading artist of the time was the Jew and Spartacist communist, George Grosz, known for his pornographic paintings.A top member of the House Intelligence Committee says the CIA could keep this year's briefings 'more generalized' than usual as Donald Trump (pictured Friday) makes his first foray into foreign policy He received four briefings, including one on a train bound for Grand Central Station in New York, according to a book by former CIA inspector general John Helgerson, who extensively researched the briefings.After the election, the CIA compiled briefing materials for the president-elect in the basement of a building at 450 Park Avenue in New York.
These were the military figures of Erich Ludendorff, who participated in Hitler’s Munich Putsch, and Paul Hindenburg, who as Germany’s president, appointed Hitler as chancellor.