“He gives us nothing outside of racist tweets,” said Spencer, who also said the tweets were part of a “con game.”
“The alt-right found something in Trump. He changed the paradigm and made this kind of public presence of the alt-right possible.”
Contemporary White supremacists “went through a period of great expansion, then they contracted… but it doesn’t mean that they’re gone.”
She alleges that she was “being hit, being grabbed, being dragged around by her hair, being held down in a manner causing bruising.”
“I do not apologize for stating what I believed to be correct at the time, unless everyone must apologize every time they change their opinion.”
Leaked emails show that he was on the same email thread as alt-right white nationalist Richard Spencer.
Last year, Spencer was banned from entering 26 European countries, including Sweden, where he was traveling, and Poland, where he was stopped.
Spencer had attempted to crowdfund $25,000 for a lawyer but had only reached $19,000 ahead of his scheduled court appearance.
Kyle Bristow had represented Richard Spencer’s college tour, and had filed suit against public universities to force them to let Spencer speak.
“Things are difficult,” Spencer admitted, adding, “We are now in something that feels like a hard struggle.”