'Gestapo Administration': Trump Likens Biden White House To Nazis In Wild Attack

Former President Donald Trump went after prosecutors in his legal cases before comparing President Joe Biden’s administration to the Gestapo, the secret police force of Nazi Germany, during a private Republican National Committee donor event at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate, according to audio obtained bymultipleoutlets on Saturday.

“These people are running a Gestapo administration,” said the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, who has claimed he’d be a dictator on “day one” if reelected and whose rhetoric has been compared to that of Adolf Hitler.

“And it’s the only thing they have. And it’s the only way they’re going to win, in their opinion, and it’s actually killing them. But it doesn’t bother me.”

Trump launched multiple insults and attacks toward prosecutors, including special counsel Jack Smith, who is prosecuting the former president’s two federal cases. Trump called Smith a “fucking asshole” in his speech, The Washington Post reported.

He reportedly labeled Smith as an “evil thug,” “deranged” and someone who is “unattractive both inside and out” as well.

He also referred to Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis, who is prosecuting Trump’s Georgia election interference case, as “Mrs. Wade,” a nod to her relationship with former special prosecutor Nathan Wade, as well as a “real beauty.”

Trump, who faces 88 charges across four criminal cases, claimed that he went easier on Biden prior to getting indicted, but “now the gloves have to come off.”

“Once I got indicted, I said holy shit, I just got indicted. Me, I got indicted,” said Trump, who likened getting indicted to Al Capone.

Trump speaks at a campaign rally on Wednesday, May 1, 2024, at the Waukesha County Expo Center in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
Trump speaks at a campaign rally on Wednesday, May 1, 2024, at the Waukesha County Expo Center in Waukesha, Wisconsin. via Associated Press

Trump, who entered the event with his rendition of the national anthem featuring Capitol rioters, whom he refers to as the “J6 hostages,” reportedly received donations of $40,000 or more at the event. Recently, a Trump campaign official said Trump, along with the RNC, raised over $76 million in April.

Previously, they raised $65.6 million in March, tens of millions less than the $90 million-plus that Biden’s reelection campaign and the Democratic National Committee raised that same month.

At another point during the event, Trump offered anyone who looked to give $1 million an opportunity to come up and address the crowd.

Two people reportedly took him up on the offer, including one who declared that Trump is “the person that God has chosen” to lead.

The former president leads Biden by one percentage point, as of May 4, according to an average of national polls compiled by FiveThirtyEight.