I have been energized by the strong opposition to Trump from the Right, even the Far Right. I've watched Republican college and high school friends--Southern Baptist pastors, mothers, Army guys--daily post their opposition to Trump
Which is one reason I'm worried that so much of the organized opposition is taking on a Leftward bent. Now is the time to build grand coalitions that cross traditional ideological divides. After twenty years of bitter partisan division, I actually hopeful for a new bipartisan consensus to develop in opposition to Trump. At the current moment John McCain looks willing to lead. Which, of course, may create a new partisanship and a new political alignment. Or it may simply signal the civil war that is clearly underway in both parties between their centers and their extremes.
David Frum gives some advice for the opposition of how they need to be more effective. I hope people will read his article. One thing that has bothered me the last dozen years I've been on the Left is how often ineffective things are done. The Right generally does think more strategically. I, for one, am a pragmatist.