Republican leadership is finally beginning to embrace the alt “alt-right,” according to a new National Review article.

The new article by former Trump campaign adviser David Bossie outlines how the new leadership has begun to embrace a variety of alt-conservative and white nationalist movements and ideologies, including white nationalism.

The article, titled “The Alt Right and the Right,” explains that the new GOP leadership is starting to recognize and embrace the movement’s core tenets, including the idea that the United States is an ethno-religious nation.

“It’s a big part of the alt right, and it’s growing in popularity and influence,” said Bossie, who was once the deputy campaign manager for President Donald Trump and served as his director of strategic communications for the Republican National Committee.

Bossie wrote that the GOP leadership has also begun to address some of the concerns that had fueled the movement, including how the party is “dealing with” the rise of anti-Semitism and the spread of anti the LGBTQ ideology, among other issues.

“In short, it is beginning to understand that there is an audience for alt-conservatism,” he said.

Bossier said he believes that the alt left and alt right are at odds with each other, but that the former is a “fringe” and “not mainstream.”

“There’s an interesting tension that’s emerging between these two strands of thought,” he wrote.

“They are not the same thing.

“I don’t know how they’ll get past that.” “

We’re not in a place to declare them ‘the party of Lincoln,'” he added.

“I don’t know how they’ll get past that.”

Bossie’s article also outlines some of his own concerns about the party’s new direction.

“As it turns out, the Trump campaign’s embrace of the Alt Right is nothing but a cover for the alt wing’s anti-Semitic ideology, and the alt movement has been a source of friction within the GOP for years,” he continued.

“Trump’s alt-conservatives have been on the rise for a while now, and he was right to call them a ‘fringe’ fringe.

He was right when he said the GOP should not be the party of slavery, or of slavery in general.

And he was wrong when he promised to never nominate a Supreme Court justice who would overturn Roe v.

Wade.

These are all lies, plain and simple.

Trump’s supporters are right to be concerned about this movement, and there’s no need for the GOP to hide behind it.”