Wednesday on ABC’s “Good Morning America,” ABC News political analyst Matthew Dowd said European leaders were “worried about unpredictable, erratic leaders.”
He named North Korea’s Kim Jong-un and President Donald Trump as two such examples.
Commenting on Trump’s trip to the G20 Summit in Germany, Dowd said, “I think there’s real tension. You take Vladimir Putin as one, but there’s real tension with a lot of members of the G20. If you look at the recent polling in the international community, Donald Trump is not believed by most of the people in the European community to be trusted to do the right thing. And you take with that with Vladimir Putin, and now with what’s happened in North Korea, the European community is worried about unpredictable, erratic leaders—not only one in North Korea but one in the United States of America.”
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