This is partly, or course, because his purposeful crazy is driving his opponents real-life incoherently, incontinently crazy. From Maxine Waters' on-again-off-again calls for impeachment, to Louise Mensch and the tinfoil hat "it's all Russian spies all the way down" conspiracists, to real anarchists actually on TV actually beating up Republicans, conservatives, and people wearing red hats, the utter loss of all sense of proportion has gone a long way toward discrediting the remaining Democrats with a national platform.Is that really the measurement we're using to gauge the success of Trump's young Administration: the Democrats are cray-cray? Eventually they're come to terms with the fact that Hillary lost (or not). It seems low-hanging and perishable fruit to say that success is tied to your opponents' reaction.
Chalk it up to the surprise of actually winning and an Administration still trying to fill empty seats. Eventually, Trump needs to put some wins of his own on the scoreboard.
Extra - Hugh Hewitt: "Trump's first 100 days give conservatives a lot to celebrate." Well, I guess there was some small-bore legislation in there.