President Trump will visit France this Friday, November 9, for a military celebration marking the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. This will be his second visit to the country often called America’s oldest ally. Which makes it a good time to ask, what do the French think of America these days?
Find out at Frenchly!
Very interesting Keith. Thanks for sharing those somewhat ugly but informative stats.
Sometimes the truth hurts!
Very reassuring to observe that people can distinguish between elected heads of State and citizens. In France we sometimes say that what happens in the US comes to us 5 years later, so we are carefully watching. One thing a French journalist pointed to was the dire lack of local newspapers now in the States: out of 3,143 counties more than 2,000 no longer have a daily paper! Scary.
It’s a shame that there is such an economic crisis in journalism of all kinds–newpapers, magazines, etc. I subscribe to several and love reading them!