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Auburn had been criticized on social media by students and parents who said the university was supporting hate speech by allowing Spencer to visit. In response, the university said in a statement on Wednesday that it strongly deplored Spencer's views, but it would uphold his right to speak. After the cancellation, Spencer said he would give the speech at another location in Auburn on Tuesday. He did not say where. Spencer said his talk would touch on free speech issues but mainly focus on his newfound opposition to Trump. Spencer and other white nationalists soured on the Republican president after the recent U.S. bomb attacks in Syria and Afghanistan. "We are a true oppositional force," Spencer said. An outspoken supporter of Trump in the 2016 campaign, Spencer rose from relative obscurity in the days after the Nov. 8 election. Widely circulated video footage showed some Trump supporters giving Nazi-style salutes to Spencer during a gathering in Washington to celebrate the Republican candidate's victory.
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"You can argue that high rent charged by landlords is taking advantage too. There's no compulsion for them to do this. Everyone goes into it with their eyes wide open, he said. Both sides have something the other person wants. I see it as a win-win situation." But charities have condemned the adverts and warned of the risks. Andrew Wallis, from anti-slavery charity Unseen, said he believes the ads go as close to the edge of the law that they possibly can without breaking the law. They would argue that they have chosen voluntarily to enter that situation, he added. "The trouble is when you have a vulnerable person who then becomes exploited, the concept of choice soon disappears." Mel Potter, from women's charity the Brighton Oasis Project, warned that the deals could potentially trap someone and put them at risk of violence and abuse". Meanwhile Paul Noblet, from youth homelessness charity Centrepoint, said websites should consider monitoring and removing the ads under a voluntary code. However, Kyle said websites should be forced by law to crack down on the problem. "If they don't stand up to this and then accept their responsibility, I will be pushing for legislation to do it for them. With some of society's most vulnerable young people forced into these situations by sky-high rents and a critical shortage of homes, evidence of these arrangement is yet another damning indictment of the UK's housing crisis .
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