VIDEO: Trump okay with being less popular internationally than Obama. Here’s why.
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President Trump is more than pleased to be less popular internationally than his predecessor.
Trump said at a Monday rally in Fayetteville, N.C. former President Barack Obama should indeed be better-liked abroad because he is making European nations “pay their bills.”
The article goes on to state the following:
“I got other NATO members to pay an additional $100 billion in the last year and a half that they weren’t paying,” he said.
“Then, I read where Obama is more popular in Germany than Trump — he’s got to be — I’m making people pay their bills,” he remarked.
“The day that I’m more popular than him, I’m not doing my job. They like him more in Europe than they like Trump — I think they should… it’s $100 billion more they’re paying [NATO].”
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