One year after the inauguration of President Donald Trump, the anti-immigrant, anti-Semitic alt-right movement, which grew emboldened by the president’s hard-right populist campaign and racially tinged remarks, is floundering, falling well short of its ambition to achieve mainstream acceptance. The coalition that appeared at the so-called Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia in August—one that looked to many Americans like some massive army of white supremacists—is now fractured.

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