The ##Republican party is changing. Or has changed, depending on your outlook on the current Trump administration.

The move toward the more conservative attitudes of the alt-right, come after a period of disillusionment with the core tenet of the party's beliefs.

Identity crisis leaves the door open to extreme change

A growing and increasingly disenfranchised middle classes has seen a move toward issues of working and labor conditions, as well as protectionist and nationalistic policies aimed at protecting the worker from the threats of extremism, #globalization and the sort of pluralistic urbanity that has been pitched as the reason for simmering racial tensions (and produced such a showman as Donald Trump).

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And whilst some republicans such as #Paul Ryan want to cut entitlements and benefits to Medicaid and such, #trump appealed to a new swathe of voters by promising not to cut these benefits, a first for a Republican nominee.

With Trump's budget being announced in a few days and his speech televised tonight, Tuesday at 9pm ET, it will be interesting to see if the Republican Party is on board. #Identity Crisis