Much as I want to see Donald Trump thwarted from advancing his xenophobic, misogynistic and downright dangerous agenda, this is not the way. An anonymous "senior official" in the administration announced in the New York Times today that he (or she) is part of "the resistance inside the Trump Administration." I am about as sympathetic an audience for that message as you are likely to find, but I don't buy it. Love him or loathe him (and make no mistake, I do not love him) Donald Trump is still at the moment the duly elected president of the United States. There are Constitutional mechanisms to remove him from office: impeachment. The 25th Amendment. Or Congress could, you know, start to exercise some oversight. But a passive-aggressive undermining from inside his own administration is not on that list. That isn't resistance, it's treason.
If you're going to oppose the President, you need to stand up and be counted. Show your face. Resign, or force them to fire you. But don't subvert the law, and for God's sake don't announce from the cover of journalistic anonymity that you're subverting the law. That sets a terrible precedent. The next president to have a "resistance" inside his or her own administration might be someone that you agree with.