Didn't work out so well with George Bush Jr. People in the UK voted for Brexit for the same reason: things are bad the way they are now, so at least a change, any change has got to be better. I mean, it can't get any worse, can it? Except that things can always get worse, and now it looks like they will. So bad in fact, that the government still does not have a plan, won't pull the trigger on Article 50 and the only politicians who argue for doing so have by any objective measure already demonstrated that they have no grasp at all of the facts. Trump will not be the change you expect. He is not about change; that's not how Trump works. Trump is a brand: something for people to project on and for corporations --and their political party-- to wield as a charm to enchant the consumer/voter. It will be much, much more of the very same, very bad things. Much more so than Clinton.