The liberal hysteria over Donald Trump's election as president extends to coverage of his transition. "Firings and Discord Put Trump Transition Team in a State of Disarray," says the New York Times. "Intraparty fratricide looms over the GOP," says a columnist for the Washington Post. "The GOP Civil War Is Just Beginning," says a writer for Slate.
They couldn't be more wrong. While hardly anyone—including the campaign of President-elect Trump—expected this outcome to the 2016 election, the Republicans I've spoken to over the last week are unified, enthusiastic, and eager to pursue Trump's agenda.