The authoritarian leader Trump of the united states took to the UN with a calm and confident speech. In his second speech at the General Assembly, last one being in 2017, the president of US spoke about his leadership and achievement in the past two years.
Briefly, Trump spoke in relation with North Korea and the much talked about meeting with the supreme leader of North Korea Kim Jong-Un in Singapore in June.
Boasting of accomplishing more than almost any administration in the history of us, gathering a few laughs. Trump responded to the reaction as not expected.
The highlights of the accomplishments that he spoke of: 1. Economic Boom (adding of 10 trillion dollars to the wealth) 2. Stock Markets all-time high 3. Jobless claims falling to 50 year low 4. Creation of 4 Million Jobs 5. Construction of border walls and strengthening of border security 6. 700 Billion dollars for the military
“US is a stronger, safer, and richer country”
America will always choose independence and cooperation over global governance, control, and domination. Though Trump thanked Kim Jong-Un for his efforts but said the sanctions will continue till the denuclearization.
He condemned the leadership of Iraq calling it corrupt, chaotic and called out them for fueling and financing the chaos in Syria. Calling them to be the worlds leading sponsor of terrorism and spoke of imposing sanctions and isolation.
Trump stressed on more emphasis on National interest, talking about the trade relations with China. Lowering of oil prices by OPEC nations.
“Rejecting the idea of globalism and re-embrace the doctrine of patriotism”
On migration, he said that it shouldn’t be governed by any international body and should be tackled by making their futures in their own countries.
“Making their countries great again”
He closed the 30+ minute’s speech by
“Together let us choose a future of patriotism, prosperity, and pride, let us choose peace and freedom over domination and defeat and let us come here to this place to stand for our people and their nations, forever strong, forever sovereign, forever just, and forever thankful to the grace and goodness and the glory of God”