I hate what he's doing, as it's going to cripple the US over the long run.
But that's also the reason why I hope he gets reelected. Because when the markets will crash hard due to his policies, and crash they will, he won't be able to blame the democrats who otherwise would have inherited his absolute chaos with no chance of redeeming it in time to avoid the crash, and everybody will see just how toxic he's been to the US (and World) economy. And nobody will come help as he will have burned pretty much every single bridge with other countries by that time.
I'm hoping it crashes before the end of his first term, for similar reasons. If it all comes crashing down in 2020, just before the election, the backlash will be maximized, and the whole party will be thrown out of government. In this way, he nor any other repub gets to do any more damage for 4 additional years, and with a more friendly administration able to make diplomatic amends and maybe get some of our friends back, we'll be able to reach out for help in our recovery. This will allow us to recover faster, which will be important, as any collapse, and some sort of collapse is certain, will be global, and set back China and Russia as well. We need to be able to get back on our feet first, which means the West needs to be united, which is currently isn't thanks to Cheetoh in Chief. Otherwise, a geopolitical shift will happen towards autocratic regimes, and a new world order centered around absolute power rather than freedom and democracy will take shape. Some sort of shift towards Asia is inevitable as economies with billions of people in them start to develop, but I'd rather it not be Russia or China that makes the rules in the new world, but rather a coalition of democracies that includes India, which could in turn pressure China and Russia to democratize. We'll need it to go down this way because autocratic regimes don't tend to cooperate too much, mostly looking out for themselves, and with climate change on the rise, we'll need all the international cooperation we can get. For the sake of the future of humanity, the decline of America cannot be allowed to mean the decline of democracy.