Eventualities and paybacks
I do not believe that “President Donald Trump” is the eventuality of conservatism in the sense that he or his race-tinged policies was what conservatives always were secretly longing for.
But he may be the eventuality of conservatism in the sense that he’s what happens when orthodox economic conservatism leaves too many workers languishing economically — just as Bernie Sanders may be the eventuality of center-left politics for the same reason.
In other words, eventuality = payback (and paybacks, famously, are hell).
The economic plight of many workers is the problem that will not go away when Trump leaves office, and nobody seems to recognize that.