On an off note, the result of this election is angering all the right people: millennials with art degrees who work at Starbucks, gender equality activists, investment bankers who could not buy the election result, and Democrats who refused to learn the lesson of Bernie Sanders. Regardless of how Trump governs, politicians here and abroad ignore the forces that wrought Trump at their own risk. There is minute truth to the idea his "alt-right" base has radical racial tendencies (doesn't Black Lives Matter?), however they are mostly anti-PC trolls. The Marxian methodology of political triangulation used by Western liberal parties—dividing people into demographics and forcing their sympathies to one of two parties—has pushed a large portion of the population, including Christians, to the side. That marginalized pool was large enough to elect a president. "Crazy Bernie" understood this, "Crooked Hillary" did not.
With Hillary Clinton's exit from the political arena, does Francis of Rome assume the throne of the international left and wear the triregnum of liberty, equality, and fraternity? Perhaps fraternity is too gender specific.... You get the idea.