Facebook and YouTube user SoFlo asked supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Los Angeles what they thought of some alleged Trump quotes, which were actually from Adolf Hitler (video below).
The video, posted to Facebook on March 1, garnered over 33 million views in one day.
SoFlo reads the quotes off a fake Trump campaign flyer, Mediaite reports.
In response to the quote, "How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don't think," a Trump supporter says the Democratic Party had proven that to be true and that's why he's voting for Trump.
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A female supporter calls Trump a "smart man" who has the world "by the balls."
A male Trump supporter's response to the Hitler quote, "The more economic difficulties increase, the more immigration will be seen as a burden," is, "Yeah, I mean, as soon as our economic system starts improving, we don't have to worry about the immigrants anymore; they'll go away."
Another female supporter says she's OK with the Hitler quote, "Who says I am not under the special protection of God?"
"If Trump is an atheist, that's OK, totally cool," she adds.
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The Hitler quote, "I do not see why man should not be as cruel as nature," elicits this response from another Trump supporter: "Well, man is the cruelest animal."
The female Trump supporter read a Hitler quote off the pamphlet that said: "Great liars are great magicians," and then said Trump would tell "good lies" to support the country.
The Trump supporters are finally told that the quotes are actually from Hitler, but one Trump supporter doesn't believe it.
According to an analysis of Super Tuesday exit polls by ABC News on March 1, the majority of Republicans in several states supports a temporary ban on Muslims coming to the United States: 78 percent in both Alabama and Arkansas, 72 percent in Tennessee, 65 percent in Texas and 64 percent in Virginia.