The resistance to a new Trump administration has already started

Kica Matos, president of the National Immigration Law Center, where scenario planning and preparations for a second Trump term have been underway since last fall, June 7, at Cornell Law School in Ithaca, N.Y. (Lauren Petracca/The New York Times)

Opponents of Donald Trump are drafting potential lawsuits in case he is elected in November and carries out mass deportations, as he has vowed. One group has hired a new auditor to withstand any attempt by a second Trump administration to unleash the IRS on it. Democratic-run state governments are even stockpiling abortion medication.