A paragraph from this Politico article about the French president wanna be made me wonder about a way to evaluate a president or more precisely a presidential term:
A President Bigard is a far-fetched idea — even in the age of U.S. President Donald Trump, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy and Beppe Grillo, the political guru of the Italian 5Star Movement.
For me, this slightly suggests that some persons are not exactly fit to be a president or generally some persons are more fit to be presidents than others.
The quality of government has been done in the past. In laymen's terms, I want to know if there is any objective way to compare two presidential terms ("this president was overall better / worse than the other one" or "this term was better / worse than the first one for the same president").
Question: Is there a way to measure the quality of a president / presidential term?
Note: the comparison makes sense only in the same country, of course.