President Trump's foreign policy has made the world more peaceful, asserts Deroy Murdock of Fox News. Only recently did he help broker a peace deal between Israel and several countries like Sudan. After a lackluster response to ISIS under the Obama administration, Trump hit them hard and reduced their numbers greatly. Afghanistan is far calmer than in past years with zero US deaths since February. He cracked down heavily on Iran, undoing the risky Iran Nuclear Deal and uniting its opponents in the region to maintain stability. These achievements have been recognized, rightly gaining the president four Nobel Peace Prize nominations.
President Trump left America weaker on the global stage, holds Michael McFaul of The Washington Post. He failed miserably with China, starting a trade war that hurt many sectors of the US economy with little tangible results. He was also direly silent on China's human rights abuses in Hong Kong and against its Uyghur population. His soft approach towards Russia gained him nothing as he ignored huge misdeeds, ranging from alleged bounties on US troops to support for Syria's Bashar al-Assad. Trump's belligerence towards Iran yielded no results, and it is currently enriching uranium. The world is less safe and has been deprived of real American leadership.