The white nationalist 'alt-right' movement mourns the loss of an ethnic community that never existed

"The Alt-Right has been declared the winner. The Alt-Right is more deeply connected to Trumpian populism than the ‘conservative movement,’” Richard Spencer tweeted as the election results rolled in on November 8. “We’re the establishment now.”

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America's white supremacists emboldened by Britain's far-right Brexit win

While it’s too soon to tell what effect Brexit will have on the U.S. election in November, it’ll undoubtedly act as a shot in the arm for a resurgent far-right. Trump’s campaign has already energized the once-struggling white nationalist movement. Brexit—living proof that virulently nativist politics can find their way into the mainstream and can deal a severe blow to the global order within the confines of the democratic process—can only embolden them.

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White power meets business casual: Inside the effort to 'make white nationalism great again'

“Thank God for Donald J. Trump,” cried National Policy Institute director Richard Spencer into the microphone.

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