Alright. Let us try to unemotionally analyze Trump.
He is more nationalistic and protectionist than the previous several administrations. Note, the word "nationalistic" does not mean "national socialist" or "white nationalist" so drop that before you start.
Although I disagree with protectionism, it is refreshingly honest. I prefer free trade, which is why I oppose TPP and similar managed trade treaties wrongly promoted as if it is free trade. Protectionists also oppose it, albeit for different reasons. But at least I can point to protective tariffs and say "that is not free trade" and not have uninformed morons tell me I'm wrong. I can point to TPP and say "that is not free trade" and be correct, but the uninformed morons will tell me how wrong I am because they've been told that managed trade is free trade.
Oddly enough, many who oppose Trump should be happy he is scrapping TPP which they also oppose, but no good deed goes unpunished.
His 90 day travel ban, on people who are not US citizens coming to the US. Based on a list of countries made by Obama and law signed by Obama. Now again, I disagree with it, but I find it refreshingly honest as well. The hysteria is that he's going to start rounding up US citizens who are Muslims an send them to concentration camps. I believe in letting peaceful people cross borders freely, and that if we weren't bombing the shit out of so many countries we wouldn't have either this refugee problem or this terrorist problem. But his 90 day travel ban isn't nearly as extreme as painted.
His wall with Mexico. Now that's a tough one, there are many problems with it. I like how he has been exploring ideas on how to pay for it, and actually listening to criticism on it. He's walked back his proposal on a high tariff on Mexican imports. I also like how Democrats who oppose it suddenly realized that all taxes are paid by the end consumer and how taxes discourage the activity taxed. I hope they remember that next time they are in power and proposing more taxes on businesses and the rich. They won't. I think the wall is a joke, but then I would invite most of its opponents to examine what are Mexico's immigration and travel laws.
Sometimes, in my off moments when I forget my own principles, I think it would be fair if the US had a travel law for a country that reflected that country's own travel laws. That would be ridiculously complicated, but the howls of anguish from the PC crowd would be beautiful as they oppose it but have a hard time articulating their opposition. "You can't treat Mexico the way Mexico treats others!"