These are quite general rather than concrete policies but:
1. The US already has some of the strictest immigration controls in the Western world and there has been no evidence that further controls were neccessary. The wide-scale scepticism of immigration was already on the rise even in areas where it didn't warrant it (places with the lowest levels of immigration).
2. His talk on fake news is hypocritical when he regularly cites fake news or makes up facts as long as it confirms his own biases. I also disagree that traditional media has a leftist agenda. All media has an agenda, but it's not neccessarily leftist. In the UK, the publications that have the widest circulation are pre-dominantly right-wing (ironically, one of them recently got banned from wikipedia for being inaccurate). Fox news has huge coverage in the US and is also pre-dominantly right-wing. I know in Sweden it's likely the opposite as it's generally a left-leaning country but by no means is traditional media pre-dominantly leftist.
I would also argue that if he's that worried about media agenda that he should introduce education policies that would favour greater and analytical scrutiny of the media in schools, colleges and also training courses for adults. Instead he peddles his own lies instead of creating concrete policy proposals to change the situation.
3. I don't see any evidence of Trump pulling away from conflicts and a lot of his rhetoric is helping fuel ISIS propaganda which will only extend the conflicts the US is already involved in. He's a businessman first and if there are resources that can be secured via conflict then I think he would jump straight in.
His bullying tactics with Nato are also unlikely to work as many of the countries already had timetables to increase Nato spending. I also don't see him having much influence in the EU. Any further breakdown in the EU will only really happen because of the EU itself.
1. This can't be serious. Why is the left outraged by the building of a wall then? The outrage all over the world about Trump's racist policies.
The truth is that Trump has brought up immigration on a completely new level in the public debate, all over the West. Without even actually changing any concrete policy yet.
2. Give me a break. Fox news alone against CNN, NBC, New York Times, Washington post, Hollywood.
And it would be hard to reform the school system like you propose. Schools and universities are infiltrated by leftist propaganda since the 1960's, not just in America but all over the West. The education system is the main outlet for socialist brainwash.
3. We will see what happenes, but I'm hoping for a more dynamic landscape in world politics thanks to Trump. I'd rather at least have the chance, than a guaranteed status quo.
1. Compare the US vetting procedures compared to other Western democracies. It's easy enough to check.
And you don't have to be on the left to be against the wall. There are plenty of things wrong with the wall regardless of political affiliation (e.g. expensive, unlikely to be effective as evidenced by the walls that are currently in place on the border, private landowners refusing to sell land for wall building, expensive geographical challenges, alienation of a neighbouring ally etc.).
The outrage over the blanket ban was because there was no evidence that current vetting procedures weren't working (unless you can provide any evidence). The vast majority of terrorist attacks in the US since 9/11 were from people that were US citizens or had been living in the US for a prolonged period of time (and the 9/11 terrorists were nearly all from Countries not on the list). There is no evidence they had come through US immigration. Secondly, the blanket ban was actually illegal, so of course people were angry about it. Finally, what was the blanket ban actually going to achieve? It kept out academics and prevented companies from getting in their own skilled employees. If it was purely about security then a number of countries in Europe (Britain, France, Belgium) should also have been listed as the terrorists that have attacked the West have been citizens of those countries.
2. Fox has huge coverage though. Plus you're forgetting the New York Post.
And for the education system it doesn't have to be political. Analytical thinking and the ability to critique isn't by its nature subject to political bias.
And what do you mean by leftist propaganda?
3. What do you mean by dynamic landscape in world politics? I just see the US becoming more isolationist and speeding up China's desire to become a superpower.