Hillary Clinton launched the so-called “Alternative Right” into the public consciousness by addressing them in a recent speech. The Alt-Right consists of misfits, traditionalists, nationalists, anti-globalists and lovers of Western society. They don't fit into the typical conservative mold, and are certainly not neo-con or religious right.
So what will their place be in mainstream politics, and how will they be defined? Will the GOP accept or reject them, and has Hillary Clinton just outlined her new enemy for the rest of the election?
I discuss all these questions with Mytheos Holt, a Senior Fellow at the Institute for Liberty, and former speechwriter for Senate Republican Leadership.