It is not our job to be a rubber stamp. It's our job to do what's best for the American people, the middle class, and those struggling to get there. If the president elect proposes legislation that on issues like infrastructure, and trade, and closing the Carried Interest loophole for instance.
We'll work in good faith to perfect and potentially enact it. But when he doesn't, we will resist. If you abandon change, and simply embrace the shop worn, hard right, pro-corporate, pro-elite policies diametrically opposed to the many campaign themes that helped you win working class votes and get you elected.
Your presidency will not succeed. Making America great again requires more than 140 characters per issue. With all due respect, America cannot afford a Twitter presidency.