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Hours after Ye made antisemitic, Nazi-praising remarks in November, Parler claimed it severed ties with him.

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Kanye West would no longer be the site's buyer, according to Parlement Technologies, the parent company of the conservative social media network Parler.

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For its vibrant community, Parler stated it will pursue platform innovation and future growth.

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Mid-November, Parler claimed to have cut off communication with Ye.

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Only a few hours before, he had made anti-Semitic remarks endorsing the Nazis and suggesting that Hitler had "good features."

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Ye assured Alex Jones that everyone, even Hitler, "had something of worth."

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Republicans were slow to condemn the former president's weekend dinner with Ye and the white nationalist Nick Fuentes, but others did so without delay.

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Ye committed blunders in his quest to buy the website, including disclosing the contact information of hundreds of "VIP" users.

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It has made an effort to draw right-wing comments and encourage free expression, but it has not been successful in keeping users.

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He said, "I don't like the word 'evil' next to Nazis. "I love Nazis and Jews."