ABC News journalist Jonathan Karl just got the shock of his career after finding out that there are people in other countries who actually like President Trump.

During a visit to the nation of Vietnam, Karl approached several female students and decided to ask them what they thought of the most controversial, polarizing figure in modern politics, and the answers he received were not at all what he was expecting.

You just have to see it for yourself.

via Truth Revolt:

“When you think Donald Trump, what’s the first thing that comes to mind?” Karl asked the students.

One of them responded, “Cute! He is cute!”

Karl’s head nearly exploded: “You think he’s cute? That’s a first one for me, okay.”

Others chimed in: “He is very good at business… Yes, and his family is wonderful.”

“He is very powerful,” another said.

But Karl wanted to get down to brass tacks: if they think so highly of Trump, then their feelings on Barack Obama must be like his — off the charts!

“President Trump and President Obama, very different, right?” Karl strong-armed.

Their answer came surely as a shock, as his baiting was met with civility:

“Yeah, very different, but we’re always friendly and always welcoming.”

“You like both?” Karl responded. “There’s not a lot of people in America that like both Barack Obama and Donald Trump.”

How about that? Not everyone across the globe actually hates Donald Trump.

What’s really comical is how shocked he looks, as if it’s a given that 99 percent of the human population despises The Donald, when that’s not the case at all. Plenty of people have respect for him and his family.

Some are sort of in the middle, not hating the guy, but not exactly loving him either.

The point is, it’s dumb to assume everyone hates the guy, that all people are part of the leftist hive mind.

 

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