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Dr. Oz Chided By Senate Rival John Fetterman For Giving Fundraising Speech Near Adolf Hitler’s Car

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Dr. Oz’s Democratic rival in a Pennsylvania U.S. Senate already was slamming the candidate for trekking to California to raise money at a fundraiser.

On Friday, John Fetterman called out Oz for the backdrop of the Republican candidate’s Santa Ana event: a room that featured Adolf Hitler’s car.

In what appears to be a Veep-like moment, Oz was photographed speaking at the event with the vehicle in the background. The website Jezebel picked up on it, citing the Instagram account of one of the attendees, Shane Mitchell.

Also among the speakers, via video, was author Jordan Peterson. The Instagram account appears to have been taken down since the story published.

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