Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright, in today's New York Times:
Fascism on the March
Among her quotes from this article:
"fascism...poses a more serious threat now that at any time since the end of World War II"
"the possibility that fascism will be accorded a fresh chance to strut around the world stage is enhanced by the volatile presidency of Donald Trump."
Trump's "words are so often at odds with the truth that they can appear ignorant, yet are in fact calculated to exacerbate religious, social and racial divisions.":
Me: this is the stuff of 1930s fascism. When Hitler was elected chancellor of Germany, his associates thought they could control and limit him. They were wrong then. Are we facing the same situation now?