A video that that was played to Trump supporters at a rally in Michigan on Tuesday has shocked people who have seen it to such an extent that it's being compared it to the totalitarian government in George Orwell's 1984.
The clip was played to Trump fans at the Capitol Region International Airport in Lansing prior to the president's arrival and featured an ominous voiceover from Trump, menacing imagery of America, the president and for some reason the European parliament.
It also contained a remix of the Linkin Park song In The End, a band that has previously sued the Trump administration for using their music without permission.
A recording of the video was captured by Forbes reporter Andrew Solender and has now been viewed more than 1 million times on Twitter.
It's not clear who made this video or if it has been played at other Trump rallies during the election campaign but many have compared it to dystopian novels like 1984, The Hunger Games, Star Wars, North Korea and Nazi propaganda.
If I wanted to see stuff like this I’d just move to North Korea.... https://t.co/t3WIHGPzFQ
Trump has been holding campaign rallies across the United States on daily basis for the last few days in an attempt to whip up support for himself at the polls. Many major polls still place the president behind Joe Biden in the running for the White House, with the Democrat leading by double digits in some key swing states.