You hope, Austinfan. But don't be surprised if the Republican party turns to somebody like Josh Hawley, or (God help us) Ted Cruz, in four years. These are men with as little respect for our system of government as Donald Trump, with just as much willingness to break things to take power, but with a whole lot more on the ball than Donald Trump (granted, a low bar).
We're far from out of the woods here. The authoritarians - the fascists - look pretty bad today, but they're not going away, unless we deliberately excise them from the public sphere - and I'm not at all sure how we can do that.
Trump will go away, eventually; but Trump has shown the path, for those of equal ambition and amorality, but more intelligence.
I mean, just yesterday, the Pennsylvania Senate refused to seat a legitimately-elected Democrat, simply because the defeated Republican has refused to concede (and notwithstanding Court rulings, recounts, etc.). This is plain thuggishness, by elected representatives in protected, gerrymandered districts - acting with no moral compass at all, just exercising brute political power. This stuff feeds on itself, with predictable results, when a whole political party (or in fairness, only most of one) abandons behavior norms left and right.