Right now, Trump is being shamed, clearly shamed, for his statements regarding the situation that occurred in Charlottsville. And it's coming not just from liberal sources, but really from all sides, including the public, the political spectrum, the military, business leaders, the arts, charitable groups, etc., and the shaming is accompanied by significant individuals and groups actively distancing thefrmselves from association with Trump.
What's wrong with that? Shouldn't people be expressing their outrage--which naturally results in consequences to the offending person, in this case the President, including people resigning from Presidential committees, and major charities cancelling events which were to be held at the Trump owned Mar-a-Lago site.
Even you, in another thread, have said that Trump's Charlottsville comments, including both what he has said, and what he has failed to say, constitute the worse thing he has ever done. So, don't you think he should experience some consequences for these things?
Shaming is not in the same category as blacklisting, or firing someone, even though its aim might be to get someone to stop publicly expressing certain opinions---and I think a great many people, quite rightly, would be very relieved if the President did cave in to pressure and stopped expressing these offensive opinions. You might even be among them.
Freedom of speech does not, and should not, mean freedom from consequences.