As the Donald J. Trump administration begins to take shape, so too does the message coming from factions coalescing in order to oppose his agenda in the White House — should the Hamilton electors fail on Monday afternoon to deny him the presidency following a historic loss in November’s popular vote.

Republicans are getting set to hit the ground running after the inauguration on Jan. 20.

Up on the agenda are a variety of socially conservative line items, but Trump has also demanded immediate action on labor regulations that he and his voters believe restrict the potential of the U.S. economy to compete on a global scale.

Here’s a look at how things are shaping up the week of Dec. 19:

Democrats are forming a resistance

As some Democrats prepare an attempt at blocking some of Trump’s nominations and throwing a wrench into his plan for the first 100 days, Sen. Chuck Schemer has kept an open mind to working with the incoming president in an effort to promote bi-partisanship and work on common goals.

That’s not to the liking of all liberals, reports New York Magazine.

Meanwhile, a giant coalition of left-leaning groups are preparing for the battle ahead on domestic issues such the (probable) repeal of Obamacare. Protect Our Care is comprised of dozens of activists and leaders on the left intent on providing research that documents the damage of a full repeal of Obama’s landmark healthcare reform.  Other groups such as Judicial Watch are beginning to count the dollars they’ll use to fight the one-party rule being welcomed  by conservatives on Capitol Hill.

Trump’s challenge to ‘political correctness’ continues

As left-leaning pundits call the president-elect’s Cabinet picks “contemptible” and progressives continue conjure up a large number of “-isms” for his base supporters, the Trump Administration beginning to take shape has become decidedly un-PC in return.

That signals a deliverance on campaign promises, as nearly none of his Cabinet appointees are part of the Washington elite he so often railed against during the course of the campaign. Even indie darling and self-styled socialist Bernie Sanders is pointing to that as a reason Trump might’ve won, offering this as a referendum on PC culture:

“It means you have a set of talking points which have been poll-tested and focus-group-tested and that’s what you say rather than what’s really going on. And often, what you are not allowed to say are things which offend very powerful people.”

Washington prepares for Inauguration Day just one month away

Ahead of the glitz, glamor and galas of Inauguration Day, the committee on Capitol Hill responsible for planning the day’s events is still wrapping things up as Trump himself continues to accept donations for the big monied socialites wishing for a piece of his presence.

Some groups are planning anti-Trump protests in Washington on Inauguration Day, although it will be hard to get near the vicinity of the day’s proceedings, as security will be restricted and the area open to just those pre-screened to take part in the festivities along Pennsylvania Ave.

Many members of the military plan to be there for the ceremony, as hotels and restaurants across the city are busy making preparations for the inaugural balls and patriotic parties set to fill the streets as the newest “change” candidate gets set to take residence at the White House.