Richard Spencer stayed at Trump's D.C. hotel while he planned the Charlottesville rally

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Because of course he did:

Richard Spencer, a noted white nationalist and supporter of President Donald Trump, is one of many frequent guests at the new Trump International Hotel in Washington D.C., according to a New York Times report published Friday.

Spencer was spotted at the hotel in early August, the Times reported, along with Evan McLaren, who works at Spencer's white nationalist think tank, the National Policy Institute.

McLaren declined to answer Times' reporter Katie Rogers' request for comment at the time about his visit to the hotel because he said he was "too busy planning a rally" in Charlottesville, Virginia. That rally, where white nationalists clashed with counter-protesters, left one dead at the hands of an apparent white supremacist.

McLaren tweeted of his time at the hotel, "place to be," after observing Trump advisor Stephen Miller meeting with Nigel Farage, a founder of the pro-Brexit UK Independence Party, at the hotel.

Trump's hotel — located a convenient 5 blocks from The White House — has become something of a congregating point for Trump supporters in Washington.

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