UPDATED: Our History of German Friendship Explained By Former Fox News Host

We should note that the context of this question was that our German Ambassador Richard Grenell was supports and encourages the raise of the far-right political groups in Germany, ie, Nazis, and the German Government is not happy about it:

We should also note that Heather Nuart is a former Fox News host, so yeah, saying that D-Day proves we have a strong relationship with Germany makes sense in Opposite World.

UPDATE: Germany calls for Ambassador Grenell to be expelled.

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6 Responses to UPDATED: Our History of German Friendship Explained By Former Fox News Host

  1. roket says:

    While their supporters scream and holler about removing statues because of ‘history’, their representatives prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that they know nothing about history. Sad.

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  2. YellowDog says:

    This confirms my belief that association with either Fox News or this administration results in dementia (unless you’re Giuliani and it’s a preexisting condition). Nauert has a journalism degree from Columbia and was a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Those should count for something, at least a baseline of knowledge if not competence. What next, a pronouncement in August commemorating the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and their importance to U.S.-Japan relations?

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  3. it’s probably the after effects of the corporate-ordered lobotomy required to work at Fox. Any non-ex-Fox people working in this administration are either grifters or must be drinking pretty heavily by now.

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  4. Bruce388 says:

    The bombardments, the paratroops, the LSTs, the troops wading ashore, the Rangers climbing the cliffs, were all part of our “strong relationship” with the Germans at the time.

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  5. Pyed says:

    A diplomat is supposed to represent his country and its government to a foreign government while staying aloof from all local entanglements which could tend to get in the way of doing his job. Any diplomat who confuses his role with that of a politician, especially a partisan politician, is likely to engender between his country and his host something akin to the strong relationship which made America and Germany’s D-Day beach party so deleterious.

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  6. w3ski4me says:

    Of course “Comrade Nitwit” sent a nazi to be our Ambassador to Germany. That makes perfect sense.
    w3ski

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