Hillary would have been terrible on every issue, but I don't believe she would have been able to muster the energy to be as authoritarian as Trump. More to the point, there would have been strong (fevered?) opposition from the right to Hillary. Trump has captured most of the right, they are as silent now about Trump's horrific early overseas military measures as the left was about Obama's overseas adventures when he was president.
With Trump as president, the opposition to current government policies is coming almost exclusively from the socialist left. Meanwhile, the right and many libertarians continue to attack Hillary. A recent comment at the post, Who Would Be Better for Liberty, DLT or HRC?:
Only a fool would believe that Hillary wouldn't have issue an equal number of executive orders by now. That power hungry beeotch has been waiting 24 years sine Bubba got in. Not that this makes Trump any better but you should keep this in mind. She would have issued all sorts of leftist orders like trans bathrooms everywhere, women generals get to stomp on the testicles of all the white male generals, abortion worldwide funded by the US taxpayer, retroactive tax increase, immediate revocation of 501C3 status for any group that is right of center, shutting down any alt-right media outlets and seizing their assets, and many other edicts.Hillary would have been bad on every issue but as P.J. O'Rourke put it during the 2016 presidential campaign, Hillary was "the second worst thing that could happen to this country. But she's way behind in second place, you know? She's wrong about absolutely everything. But she's wrong within normal parameters!"
Trump comes without parameters and we are about to see what this authoritarian, stubborn, outside the box thinking brings us. Transgender bathrooms and female military generals, methinks, are going to look as an attractive alternative to what Trump is going to deliver us.
And the opposition, for the most part, will be the wacko left.