When Donald Trump won the presidency, many predicted he would lead a sweeping reordering of American politics.
He won the election in part by exploiting a deep discontent with Washington and its institutions, and in part because he won the support of the working class and people of color.
Now, as he enters his first term, he has turned the page and is attempting to make America great again.
His presidency is likely to mark the most consequential transition in the country’s history.
In the process, he’s reshaped the political landscape and opened a window onto how a country once dominated by white men might look.