MSNBC's Ronan Farrow aired a report from Kenya on Wednesday, pointing out that even though President Obama was suffering some of his lowest approval ratings ever in America, he was still very popular in his father's homeland.
"We've heard about President Obama's poll numbers here in the United States, including those pretty dim assessments of his handling of the rest of the world," Farrow began. "But out in the wide world, there is one place he can always call home — if they have anything to do with it."
Farrow featured several live interviews with Kenyans who supported the president and even included one Kenyan who composed a song for the American president.
"That was our ... exclusive informal polling all the way from Africa," Farrow concluded. "Just think, they don't even have Obamacare yet."