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STEYER: “So he was in the Navy and then after the war. Because he had a law degree, he was a lawyer, they made him the assistant to the chief prosecutor of the Nazi war criminals at the Nuremberg trials. So he actually, after the war, prosecuted those people and it was a huge event for him. And he told my two big brothers and me, ‘If you see something wrong in the country, make sure you fight it as fast and as hard as you can,’ because they didn’t do that in Germany and something happened there that was almost unimaginable. And honestly, that was the reason I started ‘The Need to Impeach’ movement. Over two years ago I thought there’s something terribly wrong at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. And I started a petition drive, over 8 ½ million Americans signed that petition to say this guy has to be held to account.”

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