'Normal' to be defined (maybe pre-Trump, pre-Tea Party, or even earlier). Trump has been a reaction to what many on the right and the center apparently have perceived as going in a completely wrong direction and needing correction. Now the style and process of politics in the U.S. has been disrupted in a major way. This is largely due to Trump's way of communicating and doing things. But so far, he has had success with it (in terms of getting elected). Will there be further populist Presidents in the future? Will the next Republican candidate after Trump (whether in 2020 or 2024) also make use of populist strategies? What about the Democrats?