Future's gonna look the same. Honestly these days, it doesn't really matter who is President on a broad scale. Sure, we may see some crazy attempts at some sketchy executive orders and bills when he first gets into office, but Court and Congress won't let much happen I bet. Taking a cue from Max Weber, which I find myself more and more in agreement with for the modern era, we should really care more about who he appoints. I'm not even sure who's gonna be available to appoint. Not like he's gonna want establishment Republicans on his Cabinet, nor would they want to be there. Nor do I see him being too friendly with much of academia or the current bureaucracy. That pretty much leaves private sector leaders, and that's been done on a limited scale before, but leaves some departments in some pretty sketchy straits. A CEO running the Department of Education sounds like a bad idea, no matter what their politics are.
But, it won't really matter. He won't even get the nomination, much less the presidency.