Was a former U.S. president Donald Trump Isn’t he as “big” as he always wanted his voters to be in the end? At least a dozen American historians draw a grim balance in a survey of the fortunes of the 45th president. Trump ranks fourth on the broadcaster C-Span’s list of all former state leaders.
Performed by C-Spawn Referendum for the fourth time As a result, a total of 142 historians and “professional observers” participated, 50 percent more than in the last census of 2017. The broadcaster said the respondents were also very different this time around. Participants were asked about the leadership skills of leaders in ten different areas. Trump was included for the first time.
Poor standards for “moral authority” and “managerial skills”
Experts are yet to determine Trump’s ability to convince the public relatively easily. Here the Republican Party ranks 32nd. Management Even in economic management it is enough to rank 34th. At the very bottom of the rankings, on the other hand, respondents see him in the fields of “moral authority” and “managerial skills”. If you connect all the parts to each other, no. 45 in the 45th rank.
The experts only went hard with the other three presidents. They underestimated the abilities of Presidents Franklin Pierce (1853-1857), Andrew Johnson (1865-1869) and James Buchanan (1857-1861). The fact that only 44 presidents are represented in the rankings means that Grover Cleveland has ruled twice in a row, but only once.
At the top of the list is Republican Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865). As in previous surveys, the anti-slavery activist ranked first in almost every category and was ahead of the founding father and first president, George Washington.
George W.. Bush will be watching things
Trump’s predecessor Barack Obama It is now in tenth place, holding two places compared to the previous rankings. In contrast, historians now better evaluate Obama’s predecessor George W. Bush. He started 36th in 2009 and is now 21st Bill Clinton It went up a bit and he is now 19th.