The Daily News' Tuesday front page, headlined "THE NEW FUROR," shows the real estate mogul with his hand thrust high in a suggestive salute and glistening with sweat from speaking to a crowd of supporters.
The paper seized on a wave of incredulous criticism after the real estate mogul suggested plans to bar all Muslims from entering the country as an anti-terror measure, promptly sparking comparisons to the Nazi dictator.
But the uproar didn't much bother Trump. During a Tuesday appearance on ABC's "Good Morning America," Trump cited the example of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who was heavily criticized for the internment of Japanese-American citizens in World War II but later "they named highways after him!"
Here's the cover, via the Newseum: