Unfortunately he exposed them by promoting nepotism, being corrupt, taking advantage of and furthering the inadequate checks and balances and being a hypocritical and dishonest politician. So yeah, good on him for "exposing" all of that.
So long as the masses complain and obsess about tweets as well as feed into gaslighting, instead of focusing on what keeps passing in government, things will remain this way. They are getting away with the murder of our future right now. Censorship and politically slanted news just continues to misdirect us. The corporate greed and over spending without proper taxing is going to end this country. If a pandemic hasn't woke people up about where we spend our taxes and who should not lead within all levels of the government then we are failures.
It's good the stand for something but don't follow others blindly. Get educated and try accepting of both sides of arguments. Then use logic and reason to decide on what is ideal.
A lot of fault lines have been discovered in the system. For years things have been covered from administration to administration as politicians well-versed in 'political talk' have avoided dealing accountability, and the media allows them to get away with not answering questions. When was the last time you heard a politician answer a question with a yes or no. The people are lost in tribal politics and partisanship, and the politicians exploit this to their advantage. Some that voted for Trump claim they did to blow things up because they were tired of professional politicians. Trump's alck of political sophistication and blunt talk has laid bare some of the faults in the system for all to see. He has exposed nepotism, corruption, inadequate checks and balances, hypocritcal and dishonest politicians. The country was under pressures from these revelation before the pandemic further exposed the vulnerability of the capitalist free market system we run. Capitalism is not well-equipped to deal with pandemics just as it was not equipped to deal with S&L crisis or the sub-prime mortgage crisis. As usual we always miss the real lessons from these crises. If the country thinks the problems we are having now are about Trump it is sadly mistaken. The poltical system is broken. Party and winning takes precedence over service and country. The political class does a good job assuaging the people and not being blatant about their power trappings of office, Trump is not that modest, not in his DNA.
You want to know how lucrative a certain vocation is? See how much that vocation is passed along to family members.
I am not conferring any altruistic intentions to him nor do I even think he did this intentionally. The exposition was not his goal or even his purpose, but a mere byproduct of his nature and lack of the political sophistication of the political class that had perfected the art of deceit.
I actually believe that part of the political eltites' fear of his presidency was the exposition of the abuse in the system, not because he had an agenda to expose and clean the system, but because he lacked the guile navigate the terrain. They knew he would exploit the system and be 'in your face' about it.