I have read a lot about how similar what is happening now is to what happened when Hitler first took power. And, in some respects, it does, probably because Steve Bannon is so familiar with how Hitler did it.
But there is a difference.
Corporate America is by no means giving the President a blank check, particularly on immigration. Not by a long shot. The companies or leaders of companies that have expressed concern or outright opposition to the White House moves include Nike, Ford, Goldman Sachs (really), MasterCard, Citigroup, Facebook, JP Morgan, Google (Sergei Brin actually protested at San Francisco Airport), Amazon, Twitter, and Netflix.
But perhaps the most public opposition came in the form of a Super Bowl ad by 84 Lumber. The ad was so blatant that Fox refused to air the whole thing, saying it was too controversial. Only about the first half or so was aired with a website address to finish the ad listed in the ad. There was enough traffic during the game to crash the site.
I can't get the YouTube posting to give me an embed code, so I'll just give the link. It is long for an ad, but you should see it anyway. It's kind of surprising a major company produced this - it's that ballsy.
It's also really good. This is the whole ad.