One of the last surviving male relatives of Adolf Hitler for the first time in decades, spoke to reporters. Alexander Stuart-Houston — Grand-nephew of the Fuhrer of the Third Reich — talked to the staff of the German newspaper Bild, reports the Mirror.
The man told about his attitude to the US President Donald Trump and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
“Trump is the last person that I could admire. He’s definitely not one of my favorites,” said he. Stewart Houston explained that the statements of the American leader are often all right and irritate his manners. “Well, I don’t like liars,” added the man.
At the same time, he said that if I could, I would vote for Merkel as a person who works best. “I like it. She looks good and smart and decent,” said Alexander. According to him, the Chancellor does what he has to deal with the migrant crisis.
Currently Alexander lives on the South shore of long island in new York. Male 68 years old, he is considered the oldest of the surviving relatives of Hitler. He also has brothers Brian and Louis. All three have denied media interviews since then, how the press found them.
Father Alexander was William Patrick Hitler, son of the half brother of Adolf Alois. The nephew of the Fuhrer moved to the United States and served in the Navy, fighting against the forces of his uncle. After the war the family changed the first name on the Giller, and then became Stuart-Houston.
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