This essay by George Neumayr is the best thing I've read in months, as far as politics is concerned. George Will and his ilk are unaffected by such things as free trade, illegal immigration (or immigration generally), Muslim terrorism, war, crime, homosexual marriage, and abortion on demand. Their privileges are secure. Why would they not want four (or eight) years of Hillary Clinton, who is of their social class (she has an Ivy League law degree), rather than four (or eight) years of Donald Trump, who, while wealthier by far than they are, is viewed by them as of a lower class? Will's social status derives from his education (Princeton Ph.D.), his associations, and his supposed sophistication. Trump's social status derives from his wealth, the vast majority of which is earned rather than inherited. Intellectuals look down on those who create wealth. I don't know why Will was ever considered a conservative. He's an elitist. His loyalty is to class, not ideology.
Addendum: Let us not forget that Will's wife worked for Scott Walker, whom Trump demolished (that understates it) in the Republican primaries. By vilifying Trump, Will ingratiates himself with his wife. Yes, I'm psychoanalyzing, but how else to account for Will's visceral hatred of Trump?