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Washington Post—Italians, Dutch and Chileans — not to mention Ghanaians, Cameroonians, Irish, Scots and Czechs — had that same deflated feeling.

U.S.A, U.S.A., U.S.A. Ever since President Trump sauntered into the White House, America's image—or "brand," in marketing parlance—has taken a beating. This month, a Nation Brand Index poll of public opinion in 50 countries found that the "Trump effect" had caused America's reputation to drop from first to sixth place in world rankings on a whole host of metrics, such as its attractiveness as a tourist, business, and work destination. This is in keeping with the March U.S. News & World Report "best country"...