As the quibcag suggests, the left is trying to make Trump out to be the perfect bad guy while the right wants him to be the perfect good guy. He's neither. He couldn't possibly be either one. Nobody could be.
What we on the right want and expect from Trump is really pretty simple and straightforward. We want a change of direction, We want to reverse the trend of repopulating the country with anything but European immigrants — a policy that the left thinks is the height of virtue and with which the phony neoconservative "right" is in perfect agreement.
Just for fun, this is from the Preamble to the Constitution:
...secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity...
Now, what do you suppose "our posterity" refers to? The Tsarnaev brothers? Nidal Hassan? Several hundred thousand "Syrian" "refugees" Hillary intends to move in to where you can wave to them over your back fence? Chinese spies? Somali gang-bangers? Emma Lazarus's extended family (here to give them a "safe space" before their next foray into social super-engineering)?
No, "posterity" means "Desendants," and nor just any, but the descendants of the guys signing the document. Tacitly, they acknowledged that yes, they'd make room for their British brothers and sisters when they decided they needed their fertility and skill sets, and even their North European cousins, from Holland and Scandinavia and Germany. I won't bother enumerating the groups not included among their posterity, lest it offend someone, but I guarantee you they wouldn't include Al Sharpton or Huma Abedin or Marc Rich.
Yes, we've degenerated into an empire that includes such people from the ethnostate we started out as, but what most of us want —including most of those not descended from the Founders — is for the degeneration to stop now, and for us to maintain at least our current ethnic balance without our original British stock reducing in percentage still further, and, happily, even increasing a bit. Those of us descended from that original stock want this to be the case because we're not idiots, and those of us not so descended want this to be the case because because, well, they're not idiots, and they've seen the glories of multiculturism flare up around the world in all kinds of interesting ways.
To change the subject slightly, but only slightly, Trump keeps getting accused of modifying his position on immigration. By the time you figure out that he actually hasn't, the press has moved on to other important stories about how Trump's great-great grandfather shook hands with Nathan Bedford Forresr once. As usual, Gavin McInnes says it better than I do. This is from Takimag: