A survey by Yale University finds that three-quarters of CEOs with international business interests have found themselves apologizing for the First Felon’s behavior.
Seventy-six percent of leaders from business, academia, and government feel that President Trump is not effectively leading U.S. national security, and 75% often find themselves apologizing to international business partners regarding the president’s diplomatic messages. This is according to a survey of attendees at the 94th CEO Summit, hosted by the Yale School of Management’s Chief Executive Leadership Institute (CELI) on December 12 and 13.
In fact, 88% say that Trump’s negotiation style has cost the nation the trust of its allies. Following the President’s recent meetings with world leaders, a majority of attendees say he was outmaneuvered by both North Korea (65%) and Russia (72%).