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This report is ten months old but if anything has changed since March 2018, I'm guessing the number will be higher...

 

The Countries That Really Hate Donald Trump

 

https://www.cheatsheet.com/culture/countries-that-hate-donald-trump.html/

 

By Jess Bolluyt

 

Some Americans love Donald Trump, and others hate him. But people in other countries have plenty of opinions about the U.S. president, too. And not all of them are favorable. In fact, the Pew Research Center reports that Donald Trump’s presidency has had a major impact on how the world sees the United States.A Pew report found that Trump and his key policies are “broadly unpopular around the globe.” So in response, ratings for the U.S. have steeply declined in many countries. In fact, among the 37 nations included in the study, Trump got higher marks than Obama in only two countries: Russia and Israel. And in more than half of the nations surveyed, positive views of the U.S. as a country experienced double-digit drops after Trump assumed office.

 

Read on to check out the countries that really hate Donald Trump.

 

15. Italy - Change in Favorability from Obama to Trump: -43 points (less by 43 points in a 100)

 

The Pew Research Center found that in Italy, President Barack Obama got much higher ratings at the end of his presidency than Donald Trump got at the beginning of his. Pew researchers actually saw a 43-point difference in Italians’ confidence in the president to “do the right thing” in world affairs. Pew notes that confidence in President Trump, in Italy and in other nations, “is influenced by reactions to both his policies and his character.”U.S. News reports that in Donald Trump, Italians see parallels with Silvio Berlusconi. (Berlusconi served a total of nine years as the Italian prime minister before he was convicted of tax fraud.) Plus, Politico draws some compelling parallels between politics in the United States and Italy. Both countries have “media-driven politics.” And both Americans and Italians watch a lot of TV. Politico reports, “that makes them vulnerable to hoaxes and ‘post-truth politics.'” Plus, in both countries, facts can get difficult to distinguish from fiction.

 

14. Mexico - Change from Obama to Trump: -44 points

 

In Mexico, Pew researchers observed a 44 point drop in people’s trust in the American president after Trump assumed office. One obvious culprit? Pew notes that Trump’s plan to build a wall along the border between the United States and Mexico has proven particularly unpopular around the world. But “opposition is especially intense in Mexico, where more than nine-in-ten (94%) oppose the U.S. government erecting a wall.”Newsweek notes that “Donald Trump wants to make America great again — but he’s definitely making Mexico hate America again.” Nonetheless, the publication points out that Pew data shows that even though Mexicans dislike Trump’s policies, a third of them would still move to America if they had the chance. Plus, Mexicans with a connection to the U.S. — including those who live within 200 miles of the border — tend to have a more favorable view of their neighbor.

 

13. Chile - Change from Obama to Trump: -48 points

 

Next on the list of the countries that hate Donald Trump is The Pew Research Center found that people’s confidence in the U.S. president’s positions on world affairs fell 48 points from the end of Obama’s presidency to the beginning of Trump’s. That’s a pretty precipitous drop. (Keep in mind that the scale goes from 1 to 100.) Yet despite Chileans’ dislike of Donald Trump, The Washington Post reports that “Trumpism feels deeply familiar” in some places, including in Chile.The Post contends that Trump has “imported a political style ingrained in Latin American politics: that of the nationalist demagogue.” As the publication adds, “Trump is no military despot like Chile’s late Augusto Pinochet, who came to power in a 1973 coup, nor is he a defiant autocrat like the late Hugo Chávez, the leftist populist who reshaped Venezuela in his image. But to those who have lived under such leaders, it feels like Trump has been taking notes.”

 

12. Brazil - Change from Obama to Trump: -49 points

 

In Brazil, Pew researchers found that trust in the U.S. president’s ability to do the right thing in the world fell by 49 points after Donald Trump took office. Plus, Pew adds that only about 50% of Brazilians express a positive attitude toward the United States as a country. Nonetheless, young Brazilians (72%) are about twice as likely as older Brazilians (33%) to see the U.S. favorably, even with Trump in the picture.According to a backer of a Trump hotel in Rio told Public Radio International, Brazilian opinion of Donald Trump is divided. “A lot of Brazilians will think of him as a crazy person, as a person who doesn’t like immigrants, who doesn’t like Muslims, who sometimes makes crazy comments about women,” Paulo Figueiredo Jr. explains. “But on the other side, a lot of Brazilians do see him as a very successful businessman, as a self-made man, as a person associated with luxury, and to a lifestyle.”

 

11. Senegal - Change from Obama to Trump: -51 points

 

Pew reports that in Senegal, people’s confidence in the American president fell by 51 points after Barack Obama left office. In this Muslim-majority nation, people strongly oppose Trump’s travel ban on people entering the U.S. from other Muslim-majority countries. In addition to losing trust in the American president, the Senegalese public also seems to have lost some of its regard for the American people. Pew reports that the number of people in Senegal who view Americans favorably has fallen by 21 points.Public Radio International reports that many Senegalese grew concerned with Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric during his presidential campaign. Trump’s statement that “I think Islam hates us” probably didn’t help, either. (The majority of people in Senegal hate the Islamic State. And they reject terrorist tactics such as suicide bombing.) PRI notes that Donald Trump also has a bitter history with the Senegalese community in New York. A few Senegalese vendors tried to sell their wares in front of Trump Tower. So Trump accused them of trafficking in stolen merchandise.

 

10. Japan - Change from Obama to Trump: -54 points

 

Japan makes the top 10 of the countries that hate Donald Trump the most. Pew researchers found that the country’s trust in the American presidents fell 54 points between the end of Obama’s presidency and the beginning of Trump’s. Plus, Japanese views of the United States as a country have also changed. As Pew explains, positive views of the U.S. have declined 15 points. But 57% of the Japanese public still has a favorable view of the U.S., even with Donald Trump in the White House.The Daily Beast notes that Japan has had low expectations of President Trump since he took office. But Trump’s trip to Japan in November 2017 “convinced many that even those expectations were too high.” But The Daily Beast reports that at least “the budding ‘Shinzo and Donald’ bromance seems to have gone well. That’s not surprising: They were both born wealthy, love to play golf, are militarists, egoists, have a poor sense of humor, hate the press, and have popularity ratings below 40 percent.”

 

9. Australia - Change from Obama to Trump: -55 points

 

Another country that doesn’t approve of Donald Trump? Australia. The Pew Research Center found that Australians’ confidence in the president’s ability to “do the right thing” in foreign affairs fell by 55 points after Trump took office. Australians really hate Donald Trump. But their distaste doesn’t extend to the American people. In fact, Pew researchers found that 75% of Australians have a positive view of Americans.Australians have as many reasons to like or dislike Donald Trump as citizens of any other country. But one encounter may loom large in the Australian imagination. That was Trump’s much-dissected phone call with the Australian prime minister. The two were supposed to discuss the refugees being held on Nauru and Manus in order to deter ship-based smuggling. But as New York Magazine explains, Trump seemed “unable to absorb” any of the facts that the Australian prime minister tried to convey about the situation. That probably didn’t make a great impression.

 

8. U.K. - Change from Obama to Trump: -57 points

 

In the United Kingdom, people don’t seem to have a lot of trust in Donald Trump’s policies. Pew researchers observed a decline of 57 points after Barack Obama left the White House and Donald Trump took the oath of office. But it’s not just Donald Trump that the British hold in low esteem. The researchers also report that fewer people in the United Kingdom see the United States in a favorable light. “In spite of the ‘special relationship’ between America and the United Kingdom, only 50% of the British see the U.S. favorably.”The U.K. has long hated Donald Trump. Even before he became president. Vice reported in 2015 that “Britain really, really hates Donald Trump.” Newspapers “from across the political spectrum” decried his candidacy for president. Even British politicians weighed in and expressed their indignation. And in 2016, Politico reported that “Britain loves to hate Donald Trump.” The publication cites Trump’s promise to keep Muslims out of the U.S. as “the final straw, the moment that turned bafflement to fury.”

 

7. Canada - Change from Obama to Trump: -61

 

This one may hit close to home. The Pew Research Center found that Canadians’ confidence in the U.S. president fell 61 points at the beginning of Trump’s presidency. Pew explains that Trump receives dramatically lower ratings than his predecessor in Canada. But that’s not the only reason to worry. “For the first time since the Center began polling in Canada, the share of Canadians expressing a favorable opinion of their neighbor to the south has slipped to below 50%,” Pew researchers add. “Just 43% of Canadians now have a positive view of the U.S.”The Toronto Star reports that that’s a big problem. “At no time since at least the early 1980s, and likely much earlier, has a majority of Canadians held a negative view of our neighbour and ally.” The publication adds, “Canadians dislike Trump for both his personality and his policies. Ninety-two per cent think he is arrogant, 78 per cent think he is intolerant, 72 per cent think he is dangerous, Pew found. Just 16 per cent think he is well qualified to be president.”

 

6. Spain - Change from Obama to Trump: -68

 

In Spain, Pew researchers found that people’s trust in the American president’s ability to the do the right thing regarding world affairs fell a steep 68 points after Donald Trump assumed office. The percentage of the country’s population that views the U.S. in a favorable light has also dropped. In fact, an alarming 60% of the Spanish public has an unfavorable view of the U.S. Plus, “in the past year the share of the Spanish public that expresses a very unfavorable opinion has roughly tripled from 7% to 23%.”One event that probably had a negative effect on Spain’s opinion of Donald Trump? The American president’s response to an attack in Barcelona. Trump responded “by reviving an already debunked anecdote about a US general dipping bullets in pig’s blood to fight Islamic militants more than a hundred years ago,” according to The Guardian. As the publication notes, “Trump appears to have had domestic politics in mind when he sent out his tweet in response to the Barcelona attack.”

 

5. France - Change from Obama to Trump: -70

 

France also makes the list of the countries that hate Donald Trump the most. According to the Pew Research Center, researchers saw French confidence in the American president fall 70 points after Barack Obama finished his term and Donald Trump began his. Yet in spite of the French public’s marked distaste for President Trump, the researchers found that France still has a favorable opinion of Americans as a people. In fact, 73% of the French public still favors the American people.As Newsweek explains, the French hate Donald Trump more than they dislike Russian president Vladimir Putin. They also hate him more than they hate Chinese president Xi Jinping. Plus, they hate Trump more than German chancellor Angela Merkel. In fact, Time reports that recently-elected French president Emmanuel Macron has benefited — at least so far — from positioning himself “as the world’s anti-Trump, on issues from globalization and the environment to human rights.”

 

4. South Korea - Change from Obama to Trump: -71

 

Donald Trump has become even less popular in South Korea than in many other countries around the world. Pew researchers observed a 71-point drop in trust in the president’s world affairs policies after Obama left the Oval Office and Trump moved in. Nonetheless, Pew still found that South Koreans view the United States, as a nation, in a positive light. In fact, 75% of South Koreans had a favorable opinion of the country.Time reports that Donald Trump worries South Korea because “In the escalating standoff between Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, Seoul is ground zero.” The publication reports that the citizens of Seoul are confused by “Trump’s seeming indifference to the value of Washington’s alliance with their city.” As Al Jazeera notes, Trump doesn’t seem to place a priority on the security and safety of South Koreans.

 

3. Germany - Change from Obama to Trump: -75

 

Germany lands in third place among the countries that hate Donald Trump the most. The Pew Research Center observed a precipitous 75-point decline in Germans’ confidence in the president between the end of Obama’s presidency and the start of Trump’s. As Vanity Fair reports, Germans across political parties seem to have united around a hatred for Donald Trump.Pew reports that in Germany — and in several of its neighbors in Western Europe — attitudes toward the U.S. “have followed a clear pattern.” George W. Bush wasn’t very popular the outset of his presidency. And he grew less so among Germans over the next few years. That negatively impacted America’s image in the country. But Barack Obama was extremely well-regarded. That coincided with an improvement in attitudes toward the US. Pew adds that currently, “German confidence in Trump is low, and U.S. favorability is near where it was at the end of the Bush years.”

 

2. Netherlands - Change from Obama to Trump: -75

 

The Netherlands ties with Germany in terms of how much the countries’ estimation of America has fallen with Donald Trump at the helm. Dutch trust in the U.S. president’s ability to do the right thing regarding world affairs dropped by 75 points, according to Pew. But the researchers share another interesting finding. Despite its distaste for the American president, the Netherlands doesn’t dislike the American people. In fact, 71% of the Dutch public holds a favorable opinion of Americans.Trump has made many moves that offended the Netherlands. The Dutch embassy criticized the U.S. president for “retweeting an Islamophobic and factually incorrect video of an incident in the Netherlands.” Many in the Netherlands objected to Trump’s choice of an anti-LGBT lawmaker as ambassador to the famously gay-friendly country. Plus, people in several Dutch cities have participated in protests against Donald Trump and his policies.

 

1. Sweden - Change from Obama to Trump: -83

 

The country that hates Donald Trump the most is Sweden. The Pew Research Center found that Swedes’ confidence in the American president dropped by 83 points. But not all is lost. Pew reports that though most Swedes hate Donald Trump, they don’t hate Americans. In fact, 80% of the Swedish public still holds a favorable opinion of the American people.Donald Trump didn’t make any friends in Sweden by mis-characterizing “a crisis of violence” over a wave of Muslim immigration as a terrorist attack. Sweden referred to Trump’s remarks as “misinformation and slander” about the country and the effects of immigration. The prime minister and even the king of Sweden responded with comments emphasizing the importance of fact-checking. It also probably didn’t help that Trump lied about having Swedish ancestry. (His family actually comes from Germany.)

 

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Obviously, Mr.Pew didn't ask the question in GodZone.

 

Anyway, regardless of the poll results, it doesn't mean that any of those governments will openly censure Trump, not even by way of a sh***y postcard.

 

 

 

 

 

 





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  # 2164759 21-Jan-2019 13:51
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The Washington Post - The dealmaker who can’t seem to make a deal

 

20 Jan 2019

 


Donald Trump was elected president partly by assuring the American people that “I alone can fix it.”

 

But precisely two years into his presidency, the government is not simply broken - it is in crisis, and Trump is grappling with the reality that he cannot fix it alone.-

 

Trump’s management of the partial government shutdown - his first foray in divided government - has exposed as never before his shortcomings as a dealmaker.

 

The president has been adamant about securing $5.7 billion in public money to construct his long-promised border wall, but has not won over congressional Democrats, who consider the wall immoral and have refused to negotiate over border security until the government reopens.

 

The 30-day shutdown - the impacts of which have begun rippling beyond the federal workforce into the everyday lives of millions of Americans - is defining the second half of Trump’s term and has set a foundation for the nascent 2020 presidential campaign.

 

The shutdown also has accentuated several fundamental traits of Trump’s presidency: his apparent shortage of empathy, in this case for furloughed workers; his difficulty accepting responsibility for a crisis he had said he would be proud to instigate; his tendency for revenge when it comes to one-upping political foes; and his seeming misunderstanding of Democrats’ motivations. ...

 



 

 





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https://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/world/mocking-maga-students-performed-haka-native-american-witness/

"Mocking MAGA students 'performed haka' - Native American witness"

Students at a Kentucky Catholic school who mocked Native Americans in Washington, performed the haka, according to a member of the US tribal group.

The confrontation took place outside the Lincoln Memorial after a Washington rally.

Marcus Frejo, a member of the Pawnee and Seminole tribes who is also known as Chief Quese Imc, said he had been a part of the Indigenous Peoples March and was among a small group of people remaining after the rally when the boisterous students began chanting slogans such as "make America great" and then began doing the haka.

In a phone interview, Frejo told Associated Press that he felt they were mocking the traditional Maori dance.

One 11-minute video of the confrontation shows a roughly performed dance that doesn't compare closely to haka on a rugby field, and students loudly chanting before Nathan Phillips and Frejo approached them.

Videos circulating online show a youth staring at and standing extremely close to Phillips, a 64-year-old Native American man singing and playing a drum. Other students, some wearing Covington clothing and many wearing "Make America Great Again" hats and sweat shirts, surrounded them, chanting, laughing and jeering.

The Indigenous Peoples March in Washington coincided with the March for Life, which drew thousands of anti-abortion protesters, including a group from Covington Catholic High School in Park Hills, Kentucky.


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  # 2165129 22-Jan-2019 08:38
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The Washington Post - Trump’s corruption keeps getting more obvious

 

January 21 at 9:32 AM

 

Whenever Rudy Giuliani gives a round of interviews to defend President Trump in the Russia scandal, there’s a good chance he’ll blurt out something that implicates his client in new wrongdoing or admit that Trump has been repeatedly lying about some element of the case.

 

On Sunday he was at it again:

 


President Trump was involved in discussions to build a skyscraper in Moscow throughout the entire 2016 presidential campaign, his personal lawyer said on Sunday, a longer and more significant role for Mr. Trump than he had previously acknowledged.

 

The comments by his lawyer [Giuliani] indicated that Mr. Trump’s efforts to complete a business deal in Russia waned only after Americans cast ballots in the presidential election.

 

The new timetable means that Mr. Trump was seeking a deal at the time he was calling for an end to economic sanctions against Russia imposed by the Obama administration.

 

He was seeking a deal when he gave interviews questioning the legitimacy of NATO, a favorite talking point of President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia.

 

And he was seeking a deal when, in July 2016, he called on Russia to release hacked Democratic emails that Mr. Putin’s government was rumored at the time to have stolen.

 

The Trump Tower Moscow discussions were “going on from the day I announced to the day I won,” Mr. Giuliani quoted Mr. Trump as saying during an interview with The New York Times. ...

 



 





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  # 2165149 22-Jan-2019 09:10
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America, third world banana Republic with a crazy dictator manipulated by Russia.






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  # 2165218 22-Jan-2019 10:53
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kingdragonfly: Donald Trump Jr. tweeted on Friday comparing the Mexicans to animals.

"You know why you can enjoy a day at the zoo? Because walls work"

It was removed it from his account shortly afterwards.

 

Unfortunately the orange primate is on the wrong side of the bars.


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  # 2165224 22-Jan-2019 11:02
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freitasm:
What a punchable face


What an appalling thing to say.

Particularly of a young student who has:
Been called a child of incest
Been called a young clansman
Been accused of being a school massacre waiting to happen
Been confronted by a Native American elder beating a drum mere centimetres from his face
... and done nothing more than quietly stand his ground.

Watch the raw footage from the event from 01h10m in this video
https://youtu.be/L-2z3en-oIo

At 01:12:20 you can clearly see Nathan Phillips approaching the group of students (who had been there for quite some time)and getting right up in their faces.

Honestly, it seems that many people are using Trump as an excuse for their own abominable behaviour. It’s disappointing to see that happening here too.

 
 
 
 


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  # 2165231 22-Jan-2019 11:09
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He approaches the group to be between then and the black people, trying to defuse the situation.

I also think Nazis have punchable faces.




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  # 2165248 22-Jan-2019 11:22
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By the time stamp on your post, you haven’t watched the footage of the incident.

I can only assume that you’re letting your hatred of a red cap cloud your objectivity and decency.

Watch the footage - the students were not the group being confrontational or antagonistic. An attempt to diffuse the situation would not have got aggressively up close to the group being verbally abused

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  # 2165252 22-Jan-2019 11:23
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I have watched the footage before. I watched from the 1.10 mark again. Nothing there to support your assertion.




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  # 2165278 22-Jan-2019 11:51
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https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/amp/news/jamie-lee-curtis-apologizes-snap-judgment-interaction-between-native-american-elder-students-1177732?__twitter_impression=true


I will leave you to your thread, but I hope that you reflect on how it came about that you felt compelled to punch a youth (under 18) who you’ve never met before in the face

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  # 2165281 22-Jan-2019 11:55
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I said it is a punchable face. I did not say I would punch and I did not punch.

Twist as you wish but the reality is striking.




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  # 2165291 22-Jan-2019 12:08
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Timely. It's Martin Luther King Day today in the US.

 

 

 

Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.

 

Martin Luther King, Jr.

 


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6FIEND: Timely. It's Martin Luther King Day today in the US.
Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that. Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

Crikey. I can just imagine what'd happen if America and the world started telling Trump they loved him.





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  # 2165303 22-Jan-2019 12:27
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freitasm: I said it is a punchable face. I did not say I would punch and I did not punch.

Twist as you wish but the reality is striking.

 

The double standards here are a joke.


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