But the public is tired of Mr Trump flirting “with a dictator who executed his uncle, killed a Korean citizen and blew up a Korean liaison office,” said Cheon Seong-whun, former The Korean Institute’s leader said Unification, a government-funded consulting organization in Seoul. “Trump has shocked Koreans many times, leaving them on alert,” he said. The polls show they favor Mr. Biden close to 4-1.
Trump continued to oppose other regions around the globe in the final weeks of the campaign, speculating that Egypt could “blow up” a $ 4.6 billion hydroelectric dam on the Nile River that Ethiopia under construction. The remarks have exacerbated one of the most delicate disputes in Africa and further polarized opinions about the American elections in both countries.
Many Ethiopians are backing Mr. Biden by default, analysts said. But Yasser Rezk, an Egyptian journalist close to President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi – whom Mr Trump once called “my favorite dictator” – says the Egyptians are doing their best for a victory. by Trump. “Unfortunately, we don’t have votes,” he said.
In the Middle East, where Trump’s foreign policy has the greatest impact, a Democrat victory could make leaders, according to Hisham Melhem, a columnist at the Lebanese Annahar Al newspaper. the autocracy of Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Turkey no longer has a few friends in Washington. Arabi.
That could prompt Saudi Arabia, Biden calls a “pariah country,” he said, to propose normalizing relations with Israel, if only calls for a reassessment of relations. Saudi Arabia-America.
In contrast, a Trump victory is no guarantee of Israel. A second-term Trump President, not worried about his need to please pro-Israel voters, could plunge into a new too forgiving deal with Iran, many Israelis worry.