Excerpt from The Washington Post
Written by Charles Krauthammer
Donald Trump won fair and square and, as Hillary Clinton said in her concession speech, is owed an open mind and a chance to lead. It is therefore incumbent upon conservatives (like me) who have been highly critical of Trump to think through how to make a success of the coming years of Republican rule.
It begins by recognizing Trump’s remarkable political instincts. As House Speaker Paul Ryan noted in his morning-after olive-branch news conference, Trump heard “a voice out in this country that no one else heard.”