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President Obama's trip last week underscored one thing: He's more popular abroad than he is at home.Crowds lined the streets of Brussels, The Hague and Rome to catch a glimpse of Obama's motorcade. The crowd watching Obama's speech at the Palais des Beaux Arts in Brussels was described as "star-struck." Obama is so popular in the Netherlands, where he began his trip, that there's an Obama Club, PRI reports. Its members get together and discuss issues relevant to Obama's presidency, including foreign policy and diversity."These countries in Western Europe are really Obama countries," historian Willem Post told the PRI radio show "The World."