Ladies' Night at the Alt-right: Meet the Women Trying to Soften the White Nationalist Movement

Up to 20 percent of the so-called alt-right are women. They are adopting more traditional gender roles while being seen as champions of a less aggressively racist voice

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NEW YORK — When U.S. President Donald Trump placed the blame on “both sides” of the Charlottesville rally in August, where white supremacists faced counterprotesters, he called the participants “bad dudes.”