Here is Peter Wehner, in an otherwise unexceptionable New York Times op-ed piece:
Of the many things people worried about before President Trump took office, it turned out that the main problem was his incompetence rather than his authoritarian tendencies — at least so far.This seems to be the best and practically the only worthwhile Trump achievement that Republicans can come up with in these first hundred days. But what a pathetic stretch it is. Mitch McConnell stole Obama’s Supreme Court seat and kept it on ice for the new so-called “president.” Trump’s master stroke was his selection of a name from a list of 20 conservative jurists compiled for him by the Federalist Society. Any old name. Barring a conviction for dorking a llama, anyone on the list would have been automatically confirmed by the Republican majority in the Senate.
This isn’t to say that Mr. Trump has no successes to speak of. His appointment of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court was a masterful stroke.