Here is more from National Journal:
As CAP and its sister advocacy group, the CAP Action Fund, dig in for battle, their role and stature on the Left are less certain after the embarrassing failure of a presidential campaign so closely associated with the group’s past and current leadership. The organization is deeply tied to the Clinton orbit and the Democratic establishment more broadly, and was widely thought to be a staging ground for a future Hillary Clinton White House. CAP founder and former president John Podesta was the chairman of Hillary Clinton’s campaign, served as chief of staff in her husband’s White House, and was an adviser to President Obama.
CAP's current position in think tank land is very different from that of its arch nemesis, the Heritage Foundation. Here is a recent Wall Street Journal piece on Heritage's new clout, and a Politico piece on how Heritage is a "driving force" as Trump staffs up.
Here is a Politico piece on how CAP is focusing on its anti-Trump efforts. Here is a CNN piece on CAP's "reorganization" efforts in the new Trump era.
Here is CAP Action Fund's "Trump Transition Tracker" - a digital guide to resisting Trump.