How the World Sees the U.S. Under Trump

Jun.28 -- According to a Pew Research Center public survey of 37 countries, a median of just 22 percent of respondents have confidence in Trump to do the right thing
in international matters, compared with 64 percent at the end of Barack Obama’s presidency. As a country, the U.S.’s favorable rating fell in the same period to 49 percent from 64 percent. Bloomberg's John Fraher has more on "Bloomberg Markets."



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