To my mind, "dislike" is the wrong word. "Disdain" is much more appropriate, or perhaps "contempt".
The singular problem with Dear Leader is not that he failed to take the right stand on Iran (and failed again on Honduras), is not that he fails to grasp the basic dynamics of capitalist economics, is not that he persists in an inane delusion that government is ever a solution and never the problem, but simply that Dear Leader is the singularly most clueless, visionless, directionless, artless, and careless politician ever elected to the Oval Office.
He is possessed of no defining principle. He illuminates no moral foundation. In all of his many ponderous pontifical speeches will you find anything that defines his ethic or his creed. Of a certainty you will find nothing that speaks to the defining ethic of American governance--namely, the rule of law. When he speaks, he vomits forth a volume of words that serves no purpose but to obscure the fact that he says little, and nothing of significance or of merit.
Dear Leader is a failed leader because in order to lead, one must be willing to stand. One must be willing to declare who and what one is. That is the one thing Dear Leader has scrupulously avoided the entirety of his pseudo-adult life (unless one facetiously counts his persistent refrain of "it's not my fault").