The Bosnians and Croats begged the US for support during the breakup of Yugoslavia. Kosovo begged the US for help during the Kosovo War.
The mujaheddin in the Soviet-Afghan war wanted American help.
Angela Merkel and many leaders of Europe visited Trump after the election, bent the knee and grovelled in the dirt begging Trump not to leave NATO or cut its funding.
For a time, most Venezuelans supported a US invasion in 2017. I don't know whether they still support it. Cuban exiles were staunch advocates of a US invasion of Cuba during the Cold War.
After the First Gulf War, the Kurds and Shia Arabs revolted against Saddam Hussien believing they had American backing. H.W. hesitated and the moment to overthrow Saddam was lost. Shias and Kurds, resented America for 12 years for not bombing Iraq in 1991 until the 2003 invasion.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_uprisings_in_Iraq
The Liberation of Iraq (2003) was supported by the vast majority of Iraqis (mostly Shia Arabs and Sunni Kurds). During the liberation of Baghdad, the people (a mixed between Shia and Sunni) were overjoyed by the US invasion and crowds tore down statues of Saddam Hussein, looted government buildings, and crowds gathered around our tanks in celebration.
The South Vietnamese and South Korean peoples during the cold war were fighting against war-mongering northern neighbors bent on illegal annexation and they asked the US for help. These regimes were dictatorships but the people did back US intervention. When America finally pulled out of South Vietnam, the people were literally clinging to American helicopters to escape the coming barbarism of North Vietnam.
And how could we forget the biggest examples. During both WW1 and WW2, Britian and France got down on their knees and begged the US to join the war. In WW1, the arrival of American troops halted the French Munity of 2017 which threatened to overthrow the French government in a revolution similar to the Russian revolution.
Edited 4/3/2018 16:44:16