And so it begins, or soon will begin, as if that's any surprise. From Politico's "GOP plots early wake-up call for Clinton":
Republicans on the Hill said that much of what Clinton has proposed during her campaign amounts to unfinished agenda items of the Obama administration — and they don’t expect her to have any more luck than he did while facing an obstructionist Republican Congress.
Some Republicans warned that Clinton will have less…. "There is a long history of Republicans opposing pretty much everything Hillary Clinton has done, from trying to reform healthcare in the 1990s to what she was doing as secretary of state — there’s a long memory there," said [Dan Holler of Heritage Action for America]. "Assuming she wins, Republicans could in some world say the message here is that we have to compromise with Hillary Clinton. I’d be very surprised if that was their takeaway."
I'd be just as surprised if Democrats don't make Republican obstructionism the centerpiece of their 2017-18 midterm strategy. Regrettably, though, even the best of strategies often don't get out the Democratic vote in midterms. It's the party's worst failing — and a difficult one to cure, since the absence of motivation underlying it is so damn bewildering.