Let me get this straight.
You have someone who refuses to condemn traitors who attempted to break up the country and triggered a war that cost 1.6m dead before they could be suppressed. And he is happy to see monuments to those traitors left up.
This person refuses to condemn supporters of a fascist regime, which 400,000 of his country men died to defeat.
He is surrounded by people, including his own family members, who actively solicited the support of a hostile foreign power to enable him to take control of the country. And he publicly said he would like to have that support well.
I am a big fan of the duck test (If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck). It gives a pretty unambiguous outcome here.
The only caveat of course is when the majority in a country says that something is acceptable. Except, that is not the case here.