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Back in the states soon after the Clinton speech, he found himself arguing over the phone with a representative from the National Press Club. ” With his blandly named National Policy Institute, Spencer aspires to the stature of today’s Heritage Foundation or Cato Institute.

He’d paid to hold a media event there on September 9, but the Press Club backed out citing security concerns, and then admitted, Spencer claims, that he made its employees uncomfortable. But his is not the only vision competing for the mantle of the alt-right; he believes the movement is being pulled in a more moderate direction—if you can call it that—by Trump campaign CEO Stephen Bannon, formerly the executive chairman of Nevertheless, Spencer feels he is on his way.

They idolize Spencer for embracing life as a public heretic and appearing to lend an air of respectability to white nationalist views.In August, Hillary Clinton declared in a speech that “the emerging racist ideology known as the alt-right” had through Trump “effectively taken over the Republican Party.” Watching that speech from a hotel room while on vacation in Tokyo, Spencer could hardly believe his good fortune.Suddenly his inbox was flooded with interview requests from national political reporters; in a hasty Skype call with Michelle Goldberg of During our conversation over dinner, Spencer further recalled how he capitalized on his newfound fame.The group included Jared Taylor, who runs the website in which a Somali pirate wielding an assault rifle barges onto the bridge of Tom Hanks’ cargo ship. I want to do that.” part of Dallas in the 1990s, Richard Bertrand Spencer attended St.Mark’s School of Texas, an elite, all-boys prep school long associated with blue-blooded conservatism.

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