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Has the US become a laughingstock to the world?

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It's an embarrassment but honestly, it has been for quite some time.........

 

Two of the biggest challenges in my lifetime, mass shootings and Covid, and the big bad bully just gave up and shrug their shoulders.

 

But if you at so many other issues.

Higher education.............It's criminal how expensive college/university is in the US

 

Then you look at most of the rankings that you judge a country by(education, health, etc) and they are nowhere near the top in most of these

 

My Thai wife cried with joy when she got her 10yr US visa(we live in Canada)

Now she refuses to go to the US

What a turn of events in our life

 

Even before the pandemic, we were looking at the different places my stepson can go to study abroad on an exchange program and he could go to Los Angeles and we had no desire to send him there. Rather he go to Europe.

 

 

And Trump has damaged so many relationships with our allies that they then realized they can get on without us............The US was faltering before Trump, but he put the mail in the coffin.

It will never recover from his Presidency..........

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1 minute ago, Jingthing said:

Yes. Obviously. Any Americans that don't realize that by now are not conscious of anything outside the USA borders and/or under the toxic influence of a certain cult of personality.

And I am not American

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I think credibility can be measured in leadership what a corfefe that's been🤔

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I dont know about laughing stock but US lives on overprinting money.

And the only reasonably cheap item is food.

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1 minute ago, tribalfusion001 said:

At present yes, but I'm sure another country will overtake them.

No. This is very different. The USA has been seen up until recently as the defacto global leader of the "free" world in the time of crisis and even in normal times. That has been completely disrupted under the current USA potus and it will take decades to repair that damage, if it ever is. 

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