Well, there's some reason for your depression and near - panic -- Trump in many ways is a terrible president.
His apparent violation of the law in pressuring Ukraine to help him defeat Joe Biden in 2020 is only one of his many misdeeds.
His betrayal of the Kurds in northern Syria is not only immoral, but diplomatically and militarily stupid, since it makes the reputation of the USA virtually worthless.
Trump really is promoting racial and religious hatred and bigotry in the United States, with tweet after tweet, and he's amazingly ugly and cruel to even those few Republicans who have the guts to question any of his policies.
His environmental policies -- deliberately weakening US environmental laws and promoting fossil fuels that drive climate change, at a time when the scientists are warning that climate change is becoming a crisis -- his environmental policies are basically insane.
HOWEVER -- the fact that YOU wake up "depressed" in the morning, and have to deal with feelings of "panic" is a reflection on YOU and your ability to handle and regulate your own emotions. It's completely natural for you to feel depressed, angry and afraid because of what Trump is doing -- but while it's "natural," it's not useful to feel this way. In fact, in can be destructive.
What you need to realize -- what all of us need to realize -- is that if we don't share Trump's twisted values, we're basically in a political war against him and the GOP for the future of this country. And in a political war, just as in a military war, we all need courage, stubbornness and the will never to be beaten, never to surrender, never to give up.
At the start of World War II, as the United Kingdom faced the possible destruction of its army at Dunkirk and the very real risk of a German invasion, Prime Minister Winston Churchill had ever reason in the world to feel depressed, and to give way to panic. But it would have been suicide for Churchill to do so.
Instead of giving way to panic and depression, Churchill told the British people regarding the threat of Nazi invasion: "We shall fight them on the seas; we shall fight them in the air; we shall fight them on the beaches; we shall fight them in the streets lof our great cities; we shall fight them in the hills ... we will will NEVER SURRENDER."
And if you dislike Trump as much as you say you do, that's the attitude you and everyone else like you need to be taking. DON'T be depressed in the morning; DON'T give way to panic; DON'T give way to fear -- but get up, put on your clothes, have coffee and breakfast, whatever you do to get going -- and plan on spending your day fighting to drive Trump and his supporters from political office.
And don't give in or give up -- ever.
-- democratic socialist for more guts among Americans with good will and good values