In some ways I would agree.
He clearly hasnt delivered on a lot of what got him elected, around immigration and the infamous wall for example.
However his attitude to foreign affairs has been a resounding success IMO. He has failed to start even one war (incredibly for an American administration) and has improved relations with North Korea and Russia amongst others. He has also brought large numbers of American troops home. He may have alienated some traditional western European allies but more positive than negative in terms of foreign policy.
And up to Covid the American economy was clearly booming.
Beyond all that, he manages to consistently upset the lunatic progressive element who have colonised public discourse across the west. And even if he fails to win the current election (for whats its worth I think he will win), his legacy will be the mainstreaming of a pushback against ‘progressive authoritarianism’ that is going to be a mainstay of the political environment going forward.
Ultimately however, woth reference to the initial point, the suggestion that he is some manner of fascist is nonsensensical and has more to do with education levels, declining levels of IQ or capability for independent thought, as well as an increasingly clear tendency toward groupthink on foot of media manipulation within western societies.