It is definitely interesting times for sure.
I have a theory on leaders viewed through the lens of action versus reaction.
The pendulum swung far to one side with the election and 8 years of Obama. That may be what we saw contributing to the election of a completely oppositional president - manifesting in the form of Trump.
Whenever pendulums swing widely, it seems the next "requirement" is a "hero" to step forward. Then the pendulum stills itself at center.
Then given some time, the entire process begins again.
So far we dont know who could fill that "hero" role as far as I can see, do we?
It would need to be someone both highly polarized sides could see as having leadership potential, so that must mean that it will have to be someone who is a very conservative liberal or a very liberal-conservative. Someone young perhaps (like a JFK type?)
Another question for people sharper than myself....how will this be achieved?
Will it have to wait another 4 years through the election process and until then the pendulum unrest continues with each side jockeying for power?
Will it be through assassination thereby catapulting a Vice president into that "hero" role?
Will who Biden picks as VP play a role in that determination?
This is all starting to look like a big chess game.