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Rank the world leaders from ‘favorite’ to ‘least favorite’

Trump campaign calls Putin stronger leader than Obama

During an interview with CNN, Mike Pence stated that Vladimir Putin was "inarguably" a better leader than President Obama. Hillary Clinton took to the tarmac to attack Trump's "admiration" for the Russian leader.
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During an interview with CNN, Mike Pence stated that Vladimir Putin was "inarguably" a better leader than President Obama. Hillary Clinton took to the tarmac to attack Trump's "admiration" for the Russian leader.

Donald Trump started it, suggesting that his pal Vladimir Putin was a stronger/better leader to Russia than President Barack Obama has been to the United States. If you had to pick from the heads of state below, how you would rank them?

Right now they are in alphabetical order. If you want to play along, rank them in descending order from No. 1 to No. 10 — No. 1 being your most favorite to your least favorite.

If you have a “write-in” for most favorite or least favorite, include that at the bottom.

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This is not a test — unless you are running for president.

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▪ François Hollande, president, France

▪ Xi Jinping, president, People’s Republic of China

▪ Kim Jong-un, supreme leader, North Korea

▪ Theresa May, prime minister, United Kingdom

▪ Angela Merkel, chancellor, Germany

▪ Enrique Peña Nieto, president, Mexico

▪ Barack Obama, president, United States

▪ Vladimir Putin, president, Russia

▪ Justin Trudeau, prime minister, Canada

▪ Malcolm Turnbull, prime minister, Australia

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