Not since Hitler have we seen a head of state more disliked than Donald Trump. It is quite an achievement. Trump himself might not be offended. As long as it gets him attention.
The World doesn’t even have much respect for his abilities:
From missile strikes in the Middle East to tariff fights in Asia, the last few weeks have been a reminder of the outsized role the United States has on the world stage — militarily, culturally and economically. And outside U.S. borders, Donald Trump’s presidency is not getting high marks, according to new data from the Pew Research Center.
Overall, the message in the numbers is clear: Most countries do not have a great deal of faith in Trump when it comes to managing international relations, particularly compared to other world leaders. When people from different countries were asked whether they had confidence in various national leaders to “do the right thing regarding world affairs,” Trump did not fare well.
This graphic shows that Trump was disliked by the World early on in his presidency. And nothing has changed since then:
The sharp decline in how much global publics trust the U.S. president on the world stage is especially pronounced among some of America’s closest allies in Europe and Asia, as well as neighboring Mexico and Canada. Across the 37 nations polled, Trump gets higher marks than Obama in only two countries: Russia and Israel.