Fourth point:>Trump is the American Dream
Everybody wants to be a rich old white guy with a strong lineage, married to a supermodel, and with billions of dollars to your name. If you don't, you're lying. In many ways, Trump was a manifestation of the promise many young people thought Obama didn't deliver on, ESPECIALLY outside of wealthy states like Cali and NY. Plus, he was funny. Everyone likes a funny guy, and the only thing funny about Hillary was that time a fly landed on her.
Fifth, final, most truthful and absolutely unarguable point:>People hate change
Obama was the guy who promised change, and change he certainly did. In not a decade, he >destroyed race relations>let in millions of illegal immigrants >sunk the US into a few trillion more dollars of debt>created a sense of entitled leftist culture and its spawn, everyone's favourite REEEEing blue-haired thick-rimmed-glasses beard-touting smug cucks known to all in this vast electronic repository of human knowledge as the Social Justice Warrior
So, uh, that's kind of it. We tried change. It didn't work! The end. Hell, if you want more proof, think of the country so many of us on this board idolize: Japan, the most traditionalist, xenophobic, ethnically homogenous country young people can name. I'll tell you a secret: they would have voted Trump, too.
In closing, it was a perfect storm of so many elements, fortified by a hatred of tradition and a patient majority whose backs were broken by the last straw. Historians will likely study this phenomenon for years in the future, but we were all here to witness it as it unfolded.
Have a nice day!