The difference between Donald Trump and Geert Wilders is very strong:
-Donald Trump changes his promises to adapt it to the policy of the United States or says metaphorically, Wilders does not change it and acts as if this was the nineteenth century in addition to saying it literally.
-Donald Trump won by electoral vote but lost by popular vote but due to the electoral laws of the United States, by simply winning the electoral vote, he had the presidency assured. Wilders, even if he had won by popular vote and by number of seats, would have to form a coalition with the political parties of the Netherlands, and no party would dare to make coalitions with Wilders and the PVV.
-Donald Trump is a very neutral person, believe it or not: one day is pro-Russian, another day is anti-Russian, another day would support Bashar Al-Assad, another day would not support. Wilders instead is very pro-Zionist and is able to support the rebels to overthrow Assad.
Anyway, Wilders is still a minority in the Netherlands and although he could win a majority of seats, he would not be Prime Minister without forming coalitions, like it or not.