Energized By Trump’s Win, Alt-Right Extremists Gather In Washington To ‘Change The World’

NPR – Loyalists of the self-described white nationalist, alt-right movement from around the country gathered in D.C. Saturday afternoon, enthused by the election of Donald Trump and optimistic that their controversial, offensive views such as calling for a white, ethnocentric state were on the rise throughout the country.


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