Chicago aldermen move to condemn Illinois congresswoman for Hitler remark
Rep.-elect Mary Miller arrives to the Hyatt Regency hotel on Capitol Hill on Nov. 12, 2020 in Washington, DC. - Sarah Silbiger/Getty Images North America/TNS

CHICAGO — Chicago aldermen on Monday moved to officially condemn a newly elected Illinois congresswoman who told an audience at a Washington, D.C., rally, “Hitler was right on one thing.” The nonbinding resolution denounces Republican U.S. Rep. Mary Miller’s remarks as “a disgrace to the memories of those killed in the Holocaust and the millions of victims of World War II, an insult to the families of those who perished, and a discredit to the office of United States congresswoman and the great state of Illinois.” During a Jan. 5 speech to conservative group Moms for America, Miller said each ...