Nkurunziza has ruled the landlocked East African country for more than 10 years and won a third term in a disputed election in 2015. He has been accused of torturing and murdering government opponents, according to a United Nations report released in September, which found ”widespread and systemic patterns of violations” of human rights abuses.

7. Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe

Robert Mugabe, who has been ruling Zimbabwe for 36 years, has long endorsed Trump.

In his congratulation message to Trump, Mugabe said ”as a government, we were quite happy listening to Mr. Trump’s acceptance speech.” He also believes a Trump presidency will help restore relations between Zimbabwe and the US. According to the Human Rights Watch, the 92-year-old’s government continues to rely on old laws instead of its new constitution, allowing police to violate basic rights, such as freedom of expression and assembly.

8. North Korea

Kim Jong-un hasn’t gone so far as to publicly endorse Trump, but a May column on North Korea’s state mouthpiece DPRK gave Trump a glowing endorsement, noting he’s ”not the rough-talking, screwy, ignorant candidate they say he is.” The piece, allegedly written by a Korean scholar living in China named Han Yong Muk, argued that Trump could free America from “living every minute and second on pins and needles” in fear of a nuclear attack from Pyongyang.

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