White supremacist Richard Spencer is surprised his college tour was a total bust - 2018-03-12

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F0.png White supremacist Richard Spencer is surprised his college tour was a total bust March 12, 2018, Luke Barnes, ThinkProgress

It's been a tough week for Richard Spencer, a.k.a. the dapper Nazi.

Barely three dozen people attended his latest talk at Michigan State University — despite Spencer claiming that 150 tickets had been sold. Outside, white nationalists clashed with counter-protesters; police arrested 25 people, including Greg Conte, who works for Spencer's National Policy Institute (NPI) think tank.

The day after the rally, Spencer's friend Kyle Bristow, a lawyer who had called his organization, the Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas, the "sword and shield" of the far-right movement, announced that he would no longer be working with white supremacists.

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