• Yes this is true.

    It is true to say that Trump's presidency spells the end of the alt-right. The alt-right is a loose group of people with far right ideologies who reject mainstream conservatism in the United States. The alt-right will come to an end since Trump does not care about what they have to say.

  • Trump shouldl be able to push through much of the alt-right agenda.

    Given the message voters sent to Washington this past Election Day, the 100-day grace period typically afforded to new administrations and Republican majorities in the House andf Senate, Trump should bee able to fulfill many of his promises to the alt-right, especially those related to immigration and economic reform. Ge will,like most presidents, eventually have to take a more centrist approach to some issues such as health care and abortion if he is to have a successful presidency, but the alt-right agenda and composition is not clearly defined and unilaterally agreed upon, other than the desire for action of some sort, for this to spell its demise.

  • No, Trump's presidency emboldens the alt-right.

    While many are hopeful that Donald Trump's presidency will spell the end of the fledgling alt-right movement, nationalists are here to stay. Although the concept of white supremacy is offensive to much of the population, political correctness has led others to feel under attack and moved them to reject established conservatism. Tech savvy and feeding on the attention, the alt-right movement will continue to make headlines.

  • Trump's presidency does not spell the end of the alt-right.

    The election of Donald Trump as president of the United States gives a legitimacy to the alt-right. They were able to have their candidate elected president. This will only give the alt-right additional power. However, if the Trump presidency is not successful, the alt-right will be in trouble because their candidate will have failed.

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