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How one former white supremacist leader escaped a life of racial hatred and violence

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Christian Picciolini, author of the new book “White American Youth: My Descent into America’s Most Violent Hate Movement – and How I Got Out,” joined Megyn Kelly on Megyn Kelly TODAY to talk about the rise of the supremacist movement among American youth, and how he escaped a life of hate and violence.