2016 will be remembered by history as a year of inflection and singularity - and not in a good way.
Why did the polls get it wrong on the US election? That was probably the margin of Trump supporters who, when polled, didn't feel obliged to tell the truth. Like their candidate.
Trump has many more outrageous and incorrect things to say, and he'll do it. Much like Ronald Reagan, but with no semblance of class. And people won't mis-remember Trump like they do Reagan.
Will he build a wall and make Mexicans pay for it? No. He might add a smidgen to what's already there, just to tick off that item.
Will he clear the swamp? Of course not.
Will he put Clinton in jail? He'll probably try. He has a clear history of pursuing grudges. But I very much doubt he'll be able to make good on that promise, for all his efforts.
What's left? Global recession, unstable times, a nastier U.S. political landscape, a much worse time for America's working poor, let alone those without a job. One thing he'll be able to do (with a non-hostile Congress) is roll back Affordable Healthcare. An unstable polity in the hands of Clinton would be calmed; one under Trump will not. He's anti-science, anti-truth, anti-climate-change... and a good way to make money will be to sell asbestos to Americas (Trump tweet 2012: "If we didn't remove incredibly powerful fire retardant asbestos & replace it with junk that doesn't work, the World Trade Center would never have burned down")
Be resilient in very turbulent times.