Since you don’t mean wealth — you already said economic elites were excluded — you seem to mean celebrities and intellectuals. Gasp, Jews. If you want to see how this cultural conversation unfolds, I can just paste in text conversations with my brother where he basically pivots from his elite white male status to his “smells of anti-Semitism” questioning of whether Jews don’t have too much influence in media and Hollywood. It’s all part of an old package.
Update January 24 2017: since it seemed like you were unaware of the undercurrent of anti-Semitism that runs through Trump’s voter base, I offer you this excerpt from David Zirin’s article about the inauguration:
Walter, a Trump supporter from Virginia, said to me, “This isn’t what I thought it would be. I thought this was going to be like our version of Woodstock. Instead I’m just cold.” Susan from West Virginia said to me, “On the plus side, I guess it can’t get worse. And I’m still glad we’re going to get the Supreme Court. But today — this is sad.” Raymond from West Virginia shrugged his shoulders and said, “I thought it would be like one of his rallies. Instead, it’s this.” (Raymond then asked if I was Jewish. I said yes and he said “Just checking.” I said, “C’mon Raymond! Even your anti-Semitism sounds demoralized.” He looked down, sadly.)