Another Republican National Convention speech ended in controversy as social media users noticed conservative radio host Laura Ingraham made a gesture that looked similar to the Nazi salute.
"God bless you and God bless the United States of America," Ingraham said before making a gesture toward the crowd.
Ingraham posted a picture on Twitter to point out that she's not the only one to be photographed in that position.
But this is far from the first time Donald Trump and his supporters have been criticized for similarities to the Nazi regime of Adolf Hitler.
Comedian Louis C.K. said in a letter to fans: "Please stop it with voting for Trump. It was funny for a little while. But the guy is Hitler."
Trump had to backtrack several times during the campaign after retweeting white supremacist accounts on Twitter.
Trump even tweeted an image of Hillary Clinton in front of money next to a six-pointed star, a symbol of Judaism. Trump's camp said he didn't intend any anti-Semitism, but the image was originally posted on a white supremacist message board.
Trump denied that he intentionally interacted with hate groups, but some of his supporters have had no problems referencing Nazi symbolism.
"Sieg Heil," a Trump supporter said after a protester was dragged out of a rally.
This video includes clips from NBC, Donald J. Trump for President Inc., C-SPAN and AOL and images from Getty Images, Twitter / @realDonaldTrump and Twitter / @IngrahamAngle. Music provided courtesy of APM Music.