I'm reluctant to chime in, only because I've not faced direct hostility because: a) I have no coworkers b) Family & in-laws are seldom around (and most voted for Trump) c) One hostile step-in-law and one hostile cousin are each over 1,200 miles distant (have only met him once / haven't seen her since 1987) d) My small city is unfriendly, inward-turning, and family exclusive e) I wasn't politically astute until 2016 and never engaged in political conversations at two Protestant churches, nor with the few friends we've had f) I hate politics before and after 2016, so I wouldn't discuss it with others anyway. Etc. That said, my approach is to simply continue treating all others as I'd like to be treated. All things considered, I can't and won't give people on board with abortion, infanticide, and open borders (incredibly dangerous to women / will embolden drug cartels), who think I'm nuts or evil to vote AGAINST those things, special treatment or consideration. If they're for those things, that's on them. But I wouldn't think of punching, kicking, setting fires, or issuing death threats due to disagreement...like many of these unhinged tyrants have. The Golden Rule and nothing more.