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WATCH: At Trump Rally, Neo-Nazi Is Shouted Down for Denying Holocaust

A neo-Nazi attending a Donald Trump rally in Nevada was shouted down by fellow Trump supporters, CNN reported Thursday.

The neo-Nazi, who CNN identified as 25-year-old Brady Garrett, carried signs at the rally with the phrase “Research Holocaust Revisionism.”

In a video posted to Twitter by NBC reporter Gadi Schwartz, Garrett said: “The Nazis did not intentionally gas six million people. I do not accept that.”

The Nazis did kill six million Jews, along with millions of others, both in death camps and through other methods, including mass shootings.

According to CNN, other Trump supporters surrounded Garrett at the rally and began to confront him. He was eventually ejected from the event by security.

Contact Josh Nathan-Kazis at nathankazis@forward.com or follow him on Twitter, @joshnathankazis.

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