Trump the 'first step' toward identity politics: Richard Spencer - 2017-01-18

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F182.png Trump the 'first step' toward identity politics: Richard Spencer January 18, 2017, Paul Hunter, CBC News

Count Richard Spencer among the millions of Americans who will be thrilled to watch Donald Trump take the oath of office Friday.

Spencer is no ordinary Trump supporter. He is a leader of the alt-right, a movement that rejects mainstream conservatism and promotes white nationalism — and, say many, is now emboldened by Trump's win. The movement's ideas are widely seen as racist, homophobic and misogynistic.

In Trump, Spencer told CBC News, he likes what he sees.

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{{cite news | first = Paul | last = Hunter | title = Trump the 'first step' toward identity politics: Richard Spencer | url = https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/richard-spencer-trump-identity-politics-1.3940205 | work = CBC News | date = January 18, 2017 | accessdate = September 23, 2020 }}