Obama: Under My Presidency, the U.S. is the Most Respected Country on Earth

Obama’s Daily Shovel

Most Respected Country

President Barack Obama said Monday that his administration has lifted the U.S. to become “the most respected country in the world.” Obama made the claim during a discussion with Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative Fellows at the White House.

PRESIDENT OBAMA: People don’t remember, but when I came into office, the United States in world opinion ranked below China and just barley above Russia, and today once again, the United States is the most respected country on earth, and part of that I think is because of the work we did to reengage the world and say that we want to work with you as partners with mutual interests and mutual respect. It was on that basis we were able to end two wars while still focusing on the very real threat of terrorism and to try to work with our partners in Iraq and Afghanistan. It’s the reason why we are moving in the direction of normalize relations with Cuba. The nuclear deal that we are trying to negotiate with Iran.

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One Response to Obama: Under My Presidency, the U.S. is the Most Respected Country on Earth

  1. DeLena says:

    Does this mean we can finally BAKER ACT this delusional Idiot? ??   Even with his two teleprompters. .. how could he be sane and keep a straight face delivering such a succession of LIES.will this nightmare ever end..

    Sent from my Verizon Wireless 4G LTE smartphone

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