The universe operates under some fairly simple principles, really. One of the aphorisms we are reminded of again and again down through the ages by every spiritual and mystic tradition is one from Galatians VI in the Christian Bible:
Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.
It's just the way things work. Whatever you sow, you reap. Whatever energy you put out there is going to come back to you in spades. Send out love and that's what you get back. Be generous and the universe will be generous with you. It's not that hard to understand or find evidence for it in your own life.
If you hate, all that negative energy is going to find its way back to you. Public figures in media that spouting hateful impersonations of President Donald Trump says more about those who project their negativity on him than anything about him. That’s why those that hate the president are so frustrated with failure after failure in attempting to take him out of power. They fail to anticipate Trump’s actions, moves, and continued successes because they ignore this basic tenet of how the universe works. Negativity is always turned back on those that project it, ultimately disempowering the haters. The universe is ultimately fair.
It is amusing to watch Trump's lack of reaction to all the animus and vindictive invectives that have been flung his way for at least the last four years. Day after day he positions himself as a target, directly in the line of fire, as if he knows they cannot touch him with their slings and arrows. Trump is not one to run from a fight, and will never cower.
One of Trump's overwhelming assets, for all of his faults, is that he doesn’t hate himself at all. Not even for an instant. So he doesn’t absorb the hate thrown at him; it doesn't stick, but bounces back, returned to sender. He knows how it all works; he has listened to the words of countless oracles. So he fuels the fires of hatred with his tweets while he sits back and watches his detractors' world burn. Since the hate has to go somewhere, it can only go back to its origin. Those who hate Trump end up losing every time, and will continue to do so until they figure out that the only way to whip Trump is to cease with the self-flagellating hatred and get in tune with how the universe really works. Seventeen Republican primary candidates, then Hillary Clinton, then all the MSM news outlets; the Never Trumpers, the Mueller people, those who foment an attempt to impeach, and so on, will continue to fail as long as they operate from a foundation of hatred.
Until they figure out that the ONLY way to deal with Trump, the ONLY thing that he will react to is compassion. The man ONLY responds to being loved. His haters need to look beyond their shallow emotion reactions and understand that Love is Trump's battle ax; The Art of War his playbook; “Amor Vincit Omnia” his battle cry. Do not be distracted by his war face - he is at war, this incorrigible warrior crusader with the best interests of others at heart, and because he follows the rules of the universe he is likely to prevail. If his adversaries want to beat Trump, they must find a way to be critical but constructive and compassionate. They might as well try it, because the hate thing is really not working very well.