In a YouTube video, an actor reads Hitler's infamous quotes to Donald Trump supporters, pretending they came from the latest Trump pamphlet.
Can Trump supporters tell the difference between his comments and those from Adolf Hitler? According to a YouTube experiment, it's not so easy.
On YouTube channel SoFlo, an actor created a Donald Trump campaign pamphlet, but replaced each of the Republican candidate's quotes with ones from Hitler.
He took to the streets, reading excerpts from the revised brochure to Trump supporters.
"I do not see why man should not be just as cruel as nature," says one quote featured in the video.
Another read: "How fortunate for governments that the people they administer don't think."
Most of the Trump supporters nodded and approved.
When asked if one participant agreed, she answered enthusiastically: "Of course! I'm a Trump fan!"
When it was finally revealed that the actor had switched the quotes, the participants were dumbfounded.
The actor asked a participant if he still supported the quotes, even though they came from Hitler. He replied: "If Donald Trump said them, I still support them."
"I'm definitely not down with racism," another participant said.