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Thiel met with 'racist fringe' figure as he campaigned for Trump: report

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 12 September 2020 ()
Thiel met with 'racist fringe' figure as he campaigned for Trump: reportNew Zealand citizen and Facebook board member Peter Thiel dined with a member of the "white nationalist racist fringe" in 2016, Buzzfeed says. Read More Peter Thiel, others invest $4m in Auckland wedding photographer's big idea...
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