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That door trim is plastic, relatively tough, and likely not unusable. The door is dented for sure, but the trim is a good bet to be possible to straighten out.
That trim is attached with double sided tape. Use 3M tape if you can, it needs to be put on carefully(take your time) or it will let go eventually. Be sure the trim lies straight before reinstalling it, not bent from storage etc, the tape won't be able to hold it straight if it's bent when stuck on the truck.
I was able to reuse almost every piece of trim from my original 99 Limited(same color and trim), and the truck was totaled, a full rollover mess.