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Andrew Breitbart

Trump's alt-right-hand man

Trump's alt-right-hand man

In an interview that aired Sunday on "60 Minutes," Donald Trump looked into the camera and announced "Stop it!" to those who are committing hateful, harassing or violent acts in his name. It was intended as a definitive repudiation by a president-elect. Perhaps he might have done better to look in the mirror instead.

Mr. Trump's decision to appoint Steve Bannon as chief White House strategist has sent an unmistakable message of approval and validation to the alt-right movement and white nationalists generally. These are the descendants of groups like the Ku Klux Klan that see the nation's "white identity" under attack by non-whites.

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