Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Leaders Abroad, Joyful or Wary, Face Uncertainty of Trump Era

January 23, 2017 The New York Times

Zhang Zhe, a political science PhD student, described Donald Trump's inaugural address as vexing because his description of 'American carnage' doesn't align with what his parents have seen. “My parents have only been in America for a few months and they don’t know much about it, but even they could not bear what Trump said.”

Leaders Abroad, Joyful or Wary, Face Uncertainty of Trump Era (comments by Zhang Zhe) – The New York Times