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Colorado State president denounces white nationalist group

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (AP) - The president of Colorado State University is denouncing participants of a white nationalist group as Nazis after anti-immigration fliers attributed to it have been posted round campus.

In a letter to scholars, school and group of workers Thursday, President Tony Frank stated participants of the Traditionalist Workers Party are unapologetic Nazis who suggest murdering someone who doesn’t consider them. Frank stated the college helps loose speech however stated it must “shine a bright light” on such perspectives.

The fliers have been allotted forward of a Friday look through the founding father of Turning Point USA, a group that promotes loose markets and restricted executive.

Even regardless that they aren’t similar, Frank stated the fliers and the development had been conflated and raised fears on campus. He stated safety can be in position for the development.


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