How Trump used his speech at the Republican National Convention to get the party’s nod for the presidential nomination

In his first major speech since taking the helm of the Republican Party, Donald Trump used a speech from the fictional character Adolf Hitler to rally the party faithful to his candidacy.

In an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” Thursday night, Trump made a reference to the Nazi leader by calling him a “genius” and “fantastic man.”

He said he’d “love to” meet the leader and that the American people would never forget him.

Trump, who has never been a political candidate, has spoken about Hitler before, including in his speech to the Republican convention in July.

He said Hitler was the most powerful person in the world and that he would be the most successful president of all time.

Hitler, who ruled Germany from 1933 to 1945, was the father of the Third Reich.

He became infamous for his atrocities against Jews and Roma, a group of people of European descent.