Look no further than the white nationalist who coined the term “alt-right,” Richard Spencer. He’s the same man who stood at a podium shortly after Donald Trump’s election and, in a video that went viral, shouted “Hail Trump!” while several in the crowd celebrated the victory with a Nazi salute.
But listen to him now, you’ll notice a marked shift in tone when speaking of the man who will become the 45th President of the United States.
Some others in the alt-right are starting to wonder if Donald Trump is really their guy. They’ve become increasingly critical of his Cabinet picks, and the fact that he’s admitted that Russia did in fact engage in hacking leading up to the election.
Last month, Spencer even tweeted, “The #AltRight was aligned with the Trump cheerleaders for 2016. That period is over.”
But whether Spencer agrees with Trump or not, his “Hail …