1. History Repeats Itself
When I was a child, George W. Bush ascended the presidency. I probably didn't pay much attention to the news at the time, but I eventually learned about the election of George W. Bush to the Oval Office versus his opponent, Al Gore, in my history textbook. When he came to the presidency, some people demanded a re-vote, probably because they didn't want to see Bush as president and suspected there was some kind of cheating going on.
In this most recent election between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, people are now protesting against Donald Trump's win with picket signs that say "Not my president". Apparently, people are getting stupider too. Having a sign that says "re-vote" actually makes sense. "Not my president" does not, because regardless of what you think of him, he is the new President of the United States.
2. It's Only Four Years
Donald Trump will just be president for 4 years. That is the limit for one term. If he gets re-elected, then 8 years. But it is possible that a president may not be re-elected. That has definitely happened before in history; it may even happen again. Until then, Americans from all sides should support whatever president they have. Even Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton want a peaceful union between Democrats and Republicans. Please, Democrats! Just chill! You already have 8 years with a Democratic president. It's about time that a Republican should ascend the presidency. What makes you think the Democratic party should get all the political power?
3. People Should Be More Self-Reliant
According to the press and mass media, Donald Trump is likely going to repeal Obamacare. I admit that while I was in college, I enjoyed Obamacare, because I could get under my parents' health insurance plan. Though, I was never gravely sick and had no serious, emergency issues.
I believe that everyone should make an effort to be healthy physically. Obviously, healthy people don't have any chronic medical issues and may just need health insurance for emergencies/accidents. While good physical health is kind of difficult to attain for people who live in food deserts and earn below the poverty line, I believe this is where the nation's churches and state and city authorities should step in and help create more urban gardens to help poor people get the fruits and vegetables they need, because the federal government is kind of unreliable. That said, people should remember that with a weaker federal government, the individual states may become stronger and make their own laws regarding healthcare and social service programs.
4. People Focus Way Too Much On The Petty Things
I believe people are focusing way too much on the petty things, like sexual minority rights and abortion rights. In the grand scheme of things, those are actually minor issues. I doubt that Donald Trump will persecute sexual minorities directly. At best, he's probably going to have a nonchalant attitude and let the States decide about what to do with sexual minorities. The nonchalance may just apply to abortion rights too, where he allows the States to decide how to regulate abortions. The sexual-political topic that is of most concern at the federal level is probably the defunding of Planned Parenthood. For a long time, Republicans want to defund Planned Parenthood. If that happens, many Planned Parenthood clinics have to close down, because they cannot withstand the pressure anymore. However, Donald Trump has the power to veto such a legislation.
If he ever does pass such a legislation against Planned Parenthood, then some churches may step in and provide free gifts to women who are considering an abortion in order to deter them from getting an abortion. Maybe local community churches are trying to provide an alternative to abortion, which is helping the mother raise the child.