Media around the globe aren't only covering this U.S. election cycle, but are complaining about it. And with quite fitting political cartoons.
And these political cartoons (originally collected by Politico) show just how The Donald's being received by those foreign media.
United Arab Emirates
(My personal favorite, btw)
The phrase translates word-for-word to "Toward an eclipse of the moon" - or "Toward a lunar eclipse." It seems to refer to legends about lunar eclipses (or "blood moons") being bad luck, and how (at least) one culture would try to avoid that bad luck.
In ancient Mesopotamia, a lunar eclipse was believed to indicate seven demons were coming to Earth to attack a king. In response, one commoner would falsely pose as the king - a body double who would take the harm in case the demons attacked. (And when the lunar eclipse was over, the pretend king would be killed.)
In other words, then, this one implies that Trump is in the race only as a pretend candidate who could get Republican Party nomination, but who will only fall to Clinton in the general election.