The author makes good points, with viewpoints from both sides.
“Many [Trump supporters] likely do believe some truth underlies the president’s bluster. But simply disproving this or that specific claim is unlikely to shake their faith because they do not expect all his claims to be literally true. Lecturing Christians or Jews about whale digestion will not make them atheists, Jonah notwithstanding.”
The author goes on to describe the importance of loyalty by Trump and his supporters.
“Progressives find his fury at those he appointed embarrassing for the president, especially in light of his promise to hire “the best people” into government. From the perspective of members of his “team,” however, apostates’ disloyalty is the worst moral offense.”
Honestly, it is a decent, short read by a progressive lecturing progressives about understanding the Trump movement. And, of course, what they have to do to be more effective. Nothing earth shaking, or necessarily new, just concise.
Of course, that is MHO about an opinion, not an article.