|Well-dresssed nazi as the BBC envisions him (Richard Lintern as Charles Lucas)|
1. economic autarky
2. huge expansion of armaments
3. denunciation of unfair treaties
4. hypernationalism and xenophobia
5. denunciation of 'enemies of the people'
Suppose further that I asked, was this speech given by Hitler or Trump? Could you decide which it was?
No, you couldn't, because Trump's speech to the Conservative Political Action Conference was a purely Nazi speech. And the brownshirts leapt to applaud as eagerly at the Gaylord National Center as they used to do at the Kroll Opera House.
I recommend an episode from the final season of the BBC series "Foyle's War," which was first shown in 2014. The writer, Anthony Horowitz, bases his plots on real events and they are carefully researched. The episode "Trespass," which concerns the British attempt to keep Jews out of Palestine in 1946, has a character called Charles Lucas who is based on Mosley, the British fascist.
Lucas gives a speech, which takes only 90 seconds or so, which is a concentration of fascist rhetoric of the '30s and '40s. It is brilliantly done. And it sounds exactly like Donald Trump.