Throughout the months before the election, I felt that Trump didn't deserve to be paid attention to, so I didn't listen to him at all. But of course I couldn't help but hear every single last tidbit.
Now that the situation has changed, everyone needs to realize that he's not just another republican whose policies you probably don't agree with. He's not like, say, George Bush. Now everyone must make it completely clear, as often as possible, how adamantly you oppose Trump's right-wing populism and his belief in racial and social hierarchy. You need to never "get used to" his ideas or personality, never finally accept them.
You need to protest as often as possible, or do anything you can think of, especially if you don't think of yourself as a "protester" or "activist". Whatever views you have, however you think of yourself, always oppose Trump - even if you happened to accidentally vote for him.
And if he makes it to the inauguration, if he even makes it 4 years, your stance needs to remain the same and actively against every message he sends containing his insidious white supremacism.
The problem is serious, and now we need to take it seriously!