Nick Fuentes (America First Media)

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Personal Bio
Nicholas J. Fuentes is an American nationalist media personality. He hosts the nightly Youtube show, America First which airs live every Monday through Friday at 8pm EST/7pm CST. On Sundays he co-hosts the Nationalist Review podcast with James Allsup available exclusively on Spreaker. He has made appearances on Fox News, NBC’s Today Show, Time Magazine, & is a former contributors at the “unofficial Trump TV,” Right Side Broadcasting Network.

🔴 Part of this wiki because he is a well-spoken, young Trump supporter unafraid to criticize America’s cucking to Israel, but in a tasteful way, without fulfilling hateful stereotypes.

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THE PLAINSMAN: Why leave BU and why is Auburn the place you want to go? FUENTES: As you must have seen in the other interviews one of the primary reasons that I decided to leave BU was because it just wasn't safe to be there anymore.
"I want people that run CNN to be arrested and deported or hanged," he says after anti-Muslim rant.
Nicholas Fuentes, the now-infamous BU Trump kid, will not be returning to Boston University this coming year. Instead, he will continue college in the South, surrounded by what he describes as "wholesome people".
The infamous freshman says he received death threats after he participated in the Charlottesville rallies.
Fuentes will need to reapply for the spring semester as admission is valid solely for the semester for which it is offered.
?I do fear for my life in some regards,? said Nicholas Fuentes.
Nicholas Fuentes, an 18-year-old student who attended the ?Unite the Right? rally in Charlottesville, Va., this past weekend, said that he?s received death threats for months over his conserv?
A former Student Council president at Lyons Township High School who attended the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville is back in La Grange Park.
Eighteen-year-old is a fervent supporter of President Donald Trump and believes multiculturalism is a cancer
The angry young men of the alt-right don?t know what they want. Neither does anyone else.
Watch the video in the article. Seems like he went to Trump University. Makes Scott Disick seem like a cool guy.?
Alt-right protesters and counter-protesters left the scene covered in blood, usually as a result from vicious head wounds.



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