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I wouldn't use the term divided to describe the dissonance of the American people. I would use the term "shattered."
The neocons have split. Some have rallied behind Trump, whole others like Glenn Beck and the Mormons have shied away.
The liberals have split. Neoliberals are going down in flames with Hillary's downfall, while AfterBerners and people farther to the left get flack for failing to support Hillary.
On top of it all, only half the nation voted. Many of those who didn't are currently protesting the President-elect.
The democratic establishment and liberal wrecking-balls like Bernie have yet to dust themselves off and determine a pecking order.
Honestly, the only groups that seem relatively unified are the upcoming GOP establishment and the alt-right.
This election has forced many people to find strange bedfellows and Trump's administration will carry that legacy, imo.
Despite the fact that Trump is already massively unpopular, I think the Dems will need a very strong leader to unite the Left and take the White House in 2020.