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Review of a new biography of Hitler has many people thinking of ... someone else

Sometimes a review of a Hitler biography is just a review of a Hitler biography—and sometimes not. On Tuesday, the New York Times book reviews covered a new volume on the rise of Hitler. Funny thing is, though the Times review mentions no one except historical figures, people have been reading more into the review. x This is the definition of shade because she never even mentions Trump's name--she doesn't have to:https://t.
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