John Fetterman rebukes Dr. Oz for giving a fundraising speech in front of Hitler's limousine
Dr. Oz gave a fundraising speech at Lyon Air Museum in Santa Ana, California, on Thursday night.
Jezebel reported that the speech took place in front of a car that previously belonged to Adolf Hitler.
Oz's Democratic Senate rival, John Fetterman, rebuked him for the gaffe on Twitter.
Oz gave a speech at Lyon Air Museum in Santa Ana, California, as part of a $5,000-a-ticket fundraiser hosted by Oculus VR founder Palmer Luckey, Jezebel reported.
Behind Oz's podium, which was positioned next to a TV monitor showing the logo for the National Republican Senatorial Committee,
Was a dark blue wagon, an image shared on social media shows.
The museum says on its website that it was "delivered" to Hitler in late 1939 and
was "used by the Fuhrer in Ober Salzberg, Berlin, and
Poland until seized by the French Army at Berchtesgaden."