Making America great again hasn’t translated well to passport bragging rights.
Singapore was named the country with the most powerful passport in the world — while the US travel document has taken a tumble since President Trump took power, according to a new ranking.
Developed by citizenship advisory firm Arton Capital, the Passport Index sorts and ranks the world’s passports by their cross-border access.
Thanks to a recent decision by Paraguay to remove visa requirements for passport holders of the Asian city-state, they can now easily visit 159 countries — either without a visa or by obtaining a visa on arrival.
Until this decision, Singapore was tied with Germany at 158.
Germany now holds the spot for the second-most powerful passport, closely followed by Sweden and South Korea at 157.
The United Kingdom got a score of 156, while the United States got 154 — tied with Canada, Ireland and Malaysia.
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SOURCE: NY Post, Yaron Steinbuch