Max Baucus has compared President Trump to Joseph McCarthy and Adolf Hitler on Chinese state television.
The presidential candidate was referring to remarks he made in an interview on The Breakfast Club to radio DJ Charlamagne Tha God.
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He made the statement during an interview on The Breakfast Club.
"We would impose penalties on individuals who are complicit in China’s illegal crackdown in Hong Kong," said Senator Chris Van Hollen.
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Baucus, who served as Montana senator from 1978 to 2014 until he was appointed ambassador to Beijing, compared Trump's rhetoric on China to that of Hitler and McCarthy.
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