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Jerry Falwell, Jr., president of Liberty University and an early supporter of Donald Trump, is calling the Republican nominee today’s “Winston Churchill,” while titling Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama the “Neville Chamberlains” of this generation.
In a Washington Post op-ed published late Friday, Falwell asserts the policies of the Obama administration — and the prospect of a Clinton presidency — is reminiscent of the late 1930s.
“We could be on the precipice of international conflict like nothing we have seen since World War II,” he wrote. “Obama and Clinton are the Neville Chamberlains of our time.”
The Christian university leader compared the millions of dollars Iran has received from the U.S. to that of “Chamberlain’s deal with Hitler in 1938, when the British prime minister declared ‘peace for our time.’” He also called out Obama and Clinton for policies that have brought about $19 trillion in debt “that our children and grandchildren will somehow have to find a way to repay.”
“Thank God,” Falwell wrote, “we now have the opportunity to elect a strong leader, one who is not afraid to call the enemy by its name and to take the battle to that enemy if necessary,” later suggesting that doubling down on the policies Democrats espouse would be “the definition of insanity.”
Falwell went on to describe Trump — with his “kindness, generosity and bold leadership qualities” — as a man who resembles Winston Churchill, who succeeded Chamberlain as prime minister after Hitler reneged on the peace agreement. Churchill went on to be known as the “British bulldog.”
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