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A few days ago, one of our Trump-voting relatives sent me an article titled "Under President Trump - America is respected again". The source was 1600 Daily.
According to mediabiasfactcheck, "1600 Daily" has a strong bias to conservative news.
Here is their summary:
1600 Daily is a part of the Whitehouse.gov website. 1600 Daily gives news each day about what is happening within the White House, including the President’s schedule. Everything on this page is pro-Trump and pro-Republican. Essentially, it is an official looking propaganda arm for the President. 1600 Daily also publishes news stories from outside sources. Some of these sources have “mixed” factual reporting ratings. One example is a link to a news story by the Daily Caller, which is right biased and has a mixed factual reporting rating due to false claims confirmed by fact checkers. This website is useful for checking out White House schedules, but not necessarily for factual information
Are we "the most respected government in the world"?
To quote an old Hertz ad, "not exactly".
We actually rank at #22 of the top 25.
Here is the summary for the United States:
So lets get the negatives out of the way. Although the United States’ reputation abroad was slightly improved under the Obama administration, due to continued wars, spying, and a general sense of overreach/imperialism, the United States has managed to isolate even some of its allies. Furthermore, it has a reputation for violence, lack of safety, poor healthcare coverage, and massive inequality. With that said, the United States is still seen as the “melting pot” and “land of opportunity”. So, although there are 21 countries that are seen as more “respectable”, the US still has a lot going for it. And given the amount of immigration, the world seems to have cast its vote with its feet.
The list below is interesting to read. To save you time, though, the most respected country in the world is Canada.