Donald Trump has not fallen. It has collapsed. It happens to dictators, autocrats or rulers of a highly personal regime when electoral defeat comes to them, or on the battlefield. And it happens, although not always, that the fall of these leaders also plucks their power systems, the movements or parties on which they relied, since their foundations were narrow, precarious or disjointed. They depended excessively on their individual fortune and personality, much more than on their ethereal programs, their shaky social base, or their uneven territorial roots.