The far-right has been expanding in the US for years but while Donald Trump was president, we saw the rise of groups such as QAnon, Proud Boys and the Boogaloo movement.
Then, at the end of last year, Mr Trump lost the presidency and after the infamous storming of the Capitol building, his social media channels were silenced.
But what does this mean for the US far-right?
In this episode of the Sky News Daily podcast, host Katerina Vittozzi is joined by: The Far Right Today author Cas Mudde, an associate professor at the University of Georgia’s School of Public and International Affairs, to explain how the movement has evolved; Alex Martin, Sky News’ technology reporter, to talk through the role of social media in mobilising the far-right; and Brian Trascher, senior partner at Gulf South Strategies, speaking about his views on the legacy of Donald Trump.
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