Last year, before Trump won a presidential race, the Pew Research Center announced that the millennial generation — today’s young adults — are now the largest living generation in the United States. This is a seismic event: the dethroning of baby boomers who have long dominated American elections and who helped Trump become America’s 45th president. (Sorry, liberal boomers: The exit polls don’t lie.) Just as remarkable is the emerging political identity of the millennial generation, which not only rejected Trump but overwhelmingly preferred Democratic Socialist Bernie Sanders over the more centrist Hillary Clinton. When the millennial voters use their new political power to tip races, America is going to change. Big time.