Nancy Pelosi shouldn't give people such ideas. I want the EU to become the world's greatest superpower, so we need Trump in charge of the USA.
For example, Trump's insistence on trade wars makes it much easier for the EU to strike good deals with other nations, because it's easy to be a better partner for them than the USA is.
10 years ago I would've agreed, I wanted the EU become a superpower. But with the current state of the EU, I am not so sure anymore. I want a multipolar world instead. And yeah, the US is in no shape to lead the world, regardless if Bush or Obama was in power.
One could argue that in terms of trade, the world is already turning away from small, individual nations, and into larger blocks, especially trading blocks for now. The EU is the most potent and well known one, but by far not the only such trade blocks. There are quite a lot by now:
Mercosur (most of South America)
Andean Community (The rest of South America)
CARICOM (Carribian islands plus Belize, Guyana and Surinam)
SICA (Central America plus Dominican Republic, kind of the spiritual successor of the Federal Republic of Central America)
EAC (East Africa, and includes the whole territory of former German east Africa (Tanzania, Ruanda and Burundi), plus Kenya, Uganda and South Sudan)
CEMAC (Central America, also a Monetary Union around the Franc CFA. A trait it shares with...)
ECOWAS (West Africa, though a couple of the countries don't use the Franc CFA yet)
SACU (South African countries. Also the oldest custom's union in the world, going all the way back to 1899)
IGAD (Horn of Africa)
GCC (Arabian peninsula minus Yemen)
Arab Maghreb Union (as the name implies, the Maghreb region in North Africa. Both this and the previous Union are part of: )
Council of Arab Economic Unity (pretty much the whole Arab world)
Eurasian Economic Union (most of the former Soviet Union)
With China, the US and India strong and large enough on their own, that just leaves south-east Asia, Australasia and some central Asian countries outside of trade blocs - and of course Canada and Mexico, which only get a free trade deal.