Tyler, the Creator to Release a Shirt That Compares Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler

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Add one more musician to the "Fuck Donald Trump" party. Tyler, the Creator, leader of the West Coast rap collective Odd Future, announced on Sunday he'll be releasing a shirt that seems to sum up his thoughts about presidential candidate Donald Trump.

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With a simple photo-editing job, the shirt graphic compares Trump to another famous politician who strove to make his country great again by relying on xenophobic rhetoric: Adolf Hitler.

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A subtle mustache under Trump's nose is the only edit Tyler, the Creator, had to make. It's subtitled with the Trump's prospective term 2016-2020 and the short and sweet slogan: "We fucked up."

With the shirt, Tyler joins a line of entertainers who have all used their platform to speak out against the politician. 

Louis C.K. made the Trump/Hilter comparison in a March email. "It was funny for a little while," he wrote. "But the guy is Hitler. And by that I mean that we are being Germany in the '30s." 

YG and Nipsey Hussle recently did so on a track, "Fuck Donald Trump," which will soon accompany a video as well.

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Raury appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert in September, where he sang "Devil's Whisper" while wearing a green Mexico soccer jersey with a big red "X" crossing out Trump's name.

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King of the South T.I. cursed out the candidate in a March Instagram video.

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As a since-deleted tweet from Tyler read, more information about the shirt will be available at GolfWang.com on Monday at 8 p.m. Eastern.

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