ἦθος ἀνθρώπῳ δαίμων
Character is destiny. - Heraclitus
He delights in belittling
He has shown disregard for the dignity of others on numerous occasions
He speaks often of having no choice when he has a choice
He divides the world between devotees and enemies
He has a very thin skin and lashes out at the slightest of slights
He bridles at alliances, treaties, agreements, or traditions of friendship
He is charming and disarming
He celebrates his own arbitrariness
He admires strongmen
We might expect him to belittle; to show disregard for the dignity of others; to choose and claim he had no choice; to lash out at real or perceived enemies, and thus to create new enemies; to seek to leave alliances, treaties, agreements; to charm and disarm; to be arbitrary; to befriend and abet strongmen...
He has not hidden his character; he has displayed it for all to see. A great nation has chosen him to be her leader for a term of four years. His character is now the nation's destiny, as well as his own.