MSNBC: Trump Viewed Unfavorably in Europe, Mexico, Australia, South Korea, Japan

‘The president does have some confident scores in the Philippines, Vietnam, Nigeria, Israel and a few other countries, including Russia’

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BRZEZINSKI: "The President does not inspire much confidence in Europe. Just 7 percent in Spain are confident he will do the right thing, 10 percent in Sweden. 11 percent of Germans, 14 percent in France. 22 percent of the British, and 25 percent in Italy. Throughout the world, confidence in the president is weak. Just 5 percent in Mexico, 22 percent of Canadians." 
SCARBOROUGH: "Wow. I never saw that coming with Mexico." 
BRZEZINSKI: "17 percent of South Koreans think he will do the right thing on the world stage, and 24 percent in Japan and 29 percent in Australia. The President does have some positive confidence scores in the Philippines, Vietnam, Nigeria, Israel, India and a few other countries, including Russia where 53 percent in the Russian Federation think he will do the right thing on the world stage."

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