So, the nightmare that was the Trump presidency (complete with an invasion of the capitol) is over. Trump has left. Did the Democratic Party learn anything from this that will make Trump 2.0 less likely? Will they listen to the people now or will they merely pander with woke politics while continuing to bow to corporate power, continue the expensive war machine, and laugh at left wing populists with actual policy ideas like Bernie and Yang? Can I expect to see the American lower and middle class continue to suffer more and more, as the Democrats continue to distract with woke buzzwords, as the Republicans continue to screw over conservatives while pandering to their talking points while taking their money and giving it to the rich? Will the Republican Party fall into an internal civil war now between Trumpists and old school corporate Democrats like Romney? Will they start listening to and addressing the concerns of their conservative base without just talking points? If neither party learns a thing, which appears could be the case, what will the next populist effort be? The Democrats and Republicans ignored Occupy Wall Street. The Republicans hijacked the tea party. Donald Trump was elected in large part as a middle finger to establishment politics, but he turned out to be a useless narcissist. So what next? Will the People's Party rise up? Will the Green or Libertarian parties grow in power? Will riots become commonplace? Will the greed and influence of kleptocrats on both Democrats and Republicans weaken the country to the point of a civil war or a foreign invasion being feasible? It will be an intetesting future.