Despite this, Mr Irving said he had noticed a growing interest in his work and claimed “the truth about the Holocaust is gradually coming out”. He also praised Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, describing him as “a very fine man” and admitting he was impressed by him.
Mr Irving claimed the internet was responsible for fuelling Holocaust denial among people who did not trust the mainstream media.
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Once a highly regarded academic, Mr Irving has more recently been described as a “maverick” who produces “provocations” instead of serious scholarly work. There’s a general belief among people out there that they are being misled.” He said his fans mostly supported President-elect Donald Trump, who he thinks will be a good president and “has his heart in the right place”.Kayla Nicole posted a picture of the couple on Monday: Ryan is a San Diego-based blogger who is a 10-year veteran of the sports writing world. He holds a journalism degree from Indiana University (yes he left San Diego for Bloomington, Indiana voluntarily). “today I wanted to leave this earth,” she wrote at the time. Within hours, she reportedly attempted to commit suicide.