This is what I have been saying from the start. If I have got Reason magazine on my side, that's a victory. The Volokh Conspiracy should be next. Trump does say some alarming things, betraying a serious misunderstanding of the Constitution and legal precedent, the separate powers of government, and sometimes the simple rules of decency (though you will notice that was mostly the campaign and has receded since inauguration). Yet when one looks at what he has actually done, it is quite moderate, enough so that some of his supporters are beginning to grouse that he hasn't followed through on the scorched-earth policy they expected.
Watch their hands, do not listen to their words. Years after Trump is gone, you can hold to that rule. Obama's speech at the 2004 Democratic convention was one of the great speeches of American history. It should be sent out to schoolchildren to be memorised. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to have borne much relationship to his presidency.