I'm fully aware that he was elected by a majority of electoral collage votes, but not by total popular votes on a national basis.
This is according to the law of the land and the official result of the presidential election 2016 is not disputed. Which was reported in the media worldwide but seen by many, both in the US and abroad as an anomaly, based on an electoral system suitable for the late 1790's and early 1800's, but totally out of touch with today's reality.
I, and probably most Europeans and others, are aware that it is not something that can be easily changed, but when two elections in a matter of less than two decades are decided by such an anomaly, not by the will of the majority of the electorate, it MAY be time to start the process to rectify it.
That Mr. Trump shows authoritarian tendencies and may harbour dictatorial ambitions is not something only I and other Europeans believe. It is reportedly shared by many Americans as well. And I'm not referring only to what is reported in "leftist media" and conspiracy websites.
Finally, if only Americans are allowed to comment on anything American, maybe that should work the other way around as well? There appears to be enough Americans with an opinion about things around the world, not always well founded, or based on any great knowledge of the subject.