It's actually perfectly possible to undertake actions that will help slow down or halt Trump's agenda without hating him or even getting angry. It is sufficient to understand that something is harmful and then do something to counteract that harm, no need for hate and anger, just understanding and good-willed, compassionate, mentally-balanced and equanimous action in line with that understanding.
What have you done, Alan, to work against Trump's agenda aside from huff and puff on internet forums? And with those other things that you may have done, is hate a necessary condition for you to engage in them?
Here's an example contrasting a sensible course of action from an extremely hate-filled one:
I really like nature and wildlife. Humans are the biggest threat to nature and wildlife. But I don't hate humans. Instead, I periodically donate money to provide education and contraception to women so that they produce fewer humans (and live better lives themselves), I donate to environmental and wildlife focused organizations, I sign petitions and vote on issues that help protect wildlife, and I try to do or not do certain things in order to lower my own impact on the natural world and wildlife.
In contrast, if I hated humans I might be angry all the time and flood my body with large amounts of unpleasant cortisol, and do something crazy, like get a phd in virology and then attempt to create a virus to wipeout and/or sterilize all humans, or some significant subset of them.
What sounds like a better life among the two scenarios above, becoming a constantly angry mad-scientist, or helping the natural world and humans while working to attain my own peace of mind?