Carl Bernstein called Trump 'our own American war criminal' over COVID-19 deaths and encouraging the Capitol riot

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Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein called Donald Trump "our own American war criminal".
He quoted "the tens of thousands of people who have died as a result of his murderous negligence".
He also accused Trump of promoting the Capitol uprising.
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Watergate reporter Carl Bernstein has accused former President Donald Trump of being "our own American war criminal" for his actions during the January 6th coronavirus pandemic and Capitol Riots.
Speaking to CNN's Brian Stelter, Bernstein said, “I think we need to take a step back and maybe look at Trump in a different context: He's America, our own American war criminal.
Stelter interrupted Bernstein and said: "You just said war criminal. What do you mean by war criminal?"
Bernstein replied: "I have. In international law there are quotations of 'crimes against humanity'." I think what we are talking about, Trump's crimes as an American war criminal in his own country that he perpetrated against our people, including the tens of thousands of people who died from his murderous negligence in the pandemic, and his own electoral interests over the health of ours People stand because it was slaughtered in this pandemic. "
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Bernstein also cited Trump's actions during the Capitol Uprising:
"When you look at his actions in instigating a coup to stay in office where the hand of the American military, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Trump - not the press, no reporters who compared Trump - with Hitler, but the head of the American military, who compares him and his movement with brown shirts, with the Reichstag fire. "
A new book by two Washington Post journalists reported that General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Trump "spread the gospel of the leader" and supported the former president over his lies about the 2020 election "Brown shirts on the streets."
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