A game plan for Trump's foes
The movement that Donald Trump's presidency has inspired against him is broad, passionate, engaged and determined. Its prospects depend upon highlighting a set of principles that can unite an American majority already appalled by what Trump is doing to our country.
While almost everything in our politics these days has a strongly partisan cast, the anti-Trump forces cannot be defined by party or ideology. That's true even though, with a sadly short list of exceptions, Republicans in the House and Senate have been timid in speaking out against Trump's overturning of long-established norms and values.
Over time, these profiles in meekness will regret where they stood in the early going. But they must be prodded and encouraged to break with the most egregious of the president's policies.