What did we think would happen when Trump spent a year and a half calling the democrats and their supporters "weak", "babies", "cowards", "liars", "crooks", "corrupt", and making directly offensive comments (or merely implications) about reporters, women, or Mexicans? The thing is that what Trump said is usually true, so it needed to be said, but my problem with it was that he employed a very hyperbolic and personalized tactic that indeed worked well to get him elected but could only deeply insult and offend those on the other side.
Trump's tactics were indeed close to bullying, and although he was usually careful not to cross that line too much and also what he said was often true (yes Shill is indeed a crook), we can't ignore the role this tactic played in inciting the left/liberals and the media to push as far as possible toward instability and pure propaganda. This is simply how it is... for every person on the left/media/progressive who will admit Trump was right and do some soul-searching, a thousand others will simply harden even further against him. Emotional attacks in politics have this effect, and Trump's tactics were highly emotional.
But the other thing is that we do need some bullying, some emotional and "strong man" attitude, and this is what really pisses me off about the SJWs and their crusade to make everything "polite". America wasn't made by people who were afraid of a couple mean comments, or afraid of leveling a highly personal and emotional attack now and then. For a human being to be strong enough to manage reality, and we need such people to maintain a free society of responsible individuals, he/she cannot be as thin-skinned as all these highly triggered leftists/liberals of today. So I'm not exactly blaming Trump, but I do wish to point out the various causalities that have brought us to this point.