Just like we predicted way back when it was still uncool – the eccentric billionaire businessman is going to be the Republican nominee for president. Oh wait, we predicted the exact opposite – just like everybody else who refused to believe that a candidate with a platform and approach like Donald Trump’s would get millions of votes. But the Trumpocalypse (as the Establishment is likely experiencing it) happened and now Republican Party leaders, candidates, and incumbents are left choosing between the #NeverTrump movement or the #NeverHillary movement. Many have chosen the latter already, including Reince Priebus, the Chairman of the Republican National Committee who offered two public tweets offering a flimsy call to unite behind Trump and an equally flimsy thanks to the failed candidates who he would have much preferred. While the GOP has to figure out what’s next for the Party and who will even be at the July convention, Trump has started his much-anticipated “pivot to the General.” But judging by the agenda he set out for his first 100 days in the White House, the pivot in his policies is less of a change and more of an acceleration towards chaos.