In the event of a Trump victory…

What if Donald J. Trump wins the presidency?  How will the anti-Trump left (ATL) and the Never-Trump Republicans (NTR) respond?  We know, of course, that Barbra Streisand will leave the country.  But what will the reaction of the leftists at The New York Times and The Washington Post, among other media outlets? 

Demand United Nations review of the vote?  Urge President Obama to impound all the ballot boxes in precincts where Trump had more votes than Hillary Clinton?  Call for a boycott of any state that gives its Electoral College votes to Trump? 

In the State of New York, will Gov. Andrew Cuomo ban travel by state officials to Washington, D.C., effective January 20, 2017, unless something is done to keep Trump from becoming president?  In California, will Gov. Jerry Brown offer his determination that the United States, after reviewing the events of our aggression against Mexico in 1846, has no more right to California than Russia has to Crimea, and announce the secession of California from the Union, with an invitation to Mexico's President Enrique Peña-Nieto to annex the Golden Estado?

Clearly, a Trump presidency will not be easily accepted by the ATL-NTR coalition.  After all, The New York Times declared, solemnly, in its lead editorial, August 21, that after Hillary Clinton is elected president, "[t]he toxic effects of Trumpism will have to be addressed."  A fortiori, after the election of Trump to the presidency.  It is to be expected that The New York Times will declare in a front-page editorial, January 21, 2017, "Toxic Trumpism must not be permitted to trump democracy."  The editorial will have this title: "Taking Watergate as Our Guide," and advise, "First Vice President Mike Pence must go, and after Congress has given us a new vice president, it will be Trump's  turn..."

What if Donald J. Trump wins the presidency?  How will the anti-Trump left (ATL) and the Never-Trump Republicans (NTR) respond?  We know, of course, that Barbra Streisand will leave the country.  But what will the reaction of the leftists at The New York Times and The Washington Post, among other media outlets? 

Demand United Nations review of the vote?  Urge President Obama to impound all the ballot boxes in precincts where Trump had more votes than Hillary Clinton?  Call for a boycott of any state that gives its Electoral College votes to Trump? 

In the State of New York, will Gov. Andrew Cuomo ban travel by state officials to Washington, D.C., effective January 20, 2017, unless something is done to keep Trump from becoming president?  In California, will Gov. Jerry Brown offer his determination that the United States, after reviewing the events of our aggression against Mexico in 1846, has no more right to California than Russia has to Crimea, and announce the secession of California from the Union, with an invitation to Mexico's President Enrique Peña-Nieto to annex the Golden Estado?

Clearly, a Trump presidency will not be easily accepted by the ATL-NTR coalition.  After all, The New York Times declared, solemnly, in its lead editorial, August 21, that after Hillary Clinton is elected president, "[t]he toxic effects of Trumpism will have to be addressed."  A fortiori, after the election of Trump to the presidency.  It is to be expected that The New York Times will declare in a front-page editorial, January 21, 2017, "Toxic Trumpism must not be permitted to trump democracy."  The editorial will have this title: "Taking Watergate as Our Guide," and advise, "First Vice President Mike Pence must go, and after Congress has given us a new vice president, it will be Trump's  turn..."