Interesting times, eh? If there's one thing we might agree upon it's that nobody has yet made comprehensive sense of Trump's election, what the likely trajectory of his administration might be given internal & external influences, Trump's relationship with his class(who also happen to own the media which pillories him daily). There is disagreement about who Trump's base actually are, and the reactions to those judgments are telling too. Across the board people are getting weird, in real life the formerly apolitical are rabid or clinically depressed. Left punditry, even in a more restrictive sense, has sometimes found itself in a position of defending that asshole against the owned media, whose attacks, snickers and derision have been non-stop. All deserved, but what is their agenda? And the Europeans, especially the Russians, are delusional.
A few other things floating around in my head:
Trump got elected. Unlike 2000 or possibly 2004 this one was not gamed to assure the ruling class consensus, or if it was it was done poorly. How does Trump factor into class politics in the US?
For a lot of liberals Trump is a proxie for the working class.
Trump's inexperience, native stupidity and arrogance will lead him to being played by various parties whose long standing agendas might be realized.
If there's one thing about this guy it's that he's all about 'appearance', his appearance.