Pew Research Looks At How U.S. Is Perceived By Rest Of The World
President Trump has questioned the role of NATO, focusing on why the U.S. is paying for more of what the organization does than other member nations do. He recently announced that the U.S. would pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement, setting the country apart from most of the rest of the world.
The Pew Research Center conducted a survey covering 37 other nations, with a media of only 22 percent expressing confidence in President Trump to act the right way on international affairs.
With me to talk about how the U.S. is perceived by other countries is Ibram Kendi, professor of history and international relations at American University in Washington.