Unedited: With Presidential Victory, The Alt-Right Goes Mainstream

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Perhaps in some ways more than Donald Trump, the most surprising winner of the 2016 election was the alt-right.

The formerly fringe, white-nationalist ideology has forced its way into mainstream conservatism, in large part by rejecting it through their champion, Donald Trump, the president elect.

Paul Ramsey, a self-identifying member of the alt-right and blogger, explains what Trump's victory means for the ideological movement. Click on the 'Listen' button above to hear our full, unedited conversation with Ramsey. 

Language Warning: This segment contains unbleeped language that some may find offensive.