Netanyahu praises Trump's 'brave and clear' speech
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has praised Donald Trump's speech to the United Nations General Assembly, saying he has never in over 30 years seen such a "brave and clear" speech that spoke the truth about the dangers in the world.
'Rocket man' is on a suicide mission'
By continuing to build his nuclear weapons programme, 'Rocket Man', as Donald Trump called North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, is on a "suicide mission", the US president said.
'Will totally destroy North Korea'
Loud murmurs filled the green-marbled UN General Assembly hall when Donald Trump issued his sternest warning yet to North Korea, whose ballistic missile launches and nuclear tests have rattled the globe. Unless North Korea backs down, he said, “We will have no choice than to totally destroy North Korea. Rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and his regime."
Will always put 'America First', says Donald Trump
#BREAKING Trump to UN: 'I will always put America first'
'Problem is with faithful implementation of Socialism in Venezuela'
"The problem is not that Socialism was poorly implemented in Venezuela, it's that it was faithfully implemented," said Donald Trump, in his maiden address to the UN General Assembly.
'We have a responsibility to restore democracy in Venezuela, Cuba'
"Major countries are in conflict, many of them are going through hell. American people hope the UN can soon be an effective advocate for human freedom around the world. But no country should bear a disproportionate burden. It's why we have decided to not lift sanctions against Cuba. Also, the corrupt socialist dictatorship of Nicolas Maduro in Venezuela. Venezuelans are starving. The situation is unacceptable. As responsible neighbours, we have a goal — to restore their democracy," said US president Donald Trump in his maiden speech to the UN General Assembly.
'Housing refugees hurts both sending and receiving nations'
"At the cost of housing a migrant here, we can take care of their entire family back home. Throughout history, we have learnt housing refugees hurts both the receiving and sending countries. To the receiving countries, the huge costs, and to the sending countries, the loss of labour," said Donald Trump at his maiden speech to the UN General Assembly.
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"It's time to expose and hold responsible those countries which finance and support terror groups. The US and allies are working throughout the Middle East to crush the loser terrorists. We will destroy their safe havens," said US president Donald Trump.
'Iran nuclear deal an embarrassment to the US'
"We cannot let a murderous regime like Iran build nuclear weapons, and we cannot let them use a deal as a cover for nuclear warfare. The nuclear deal was an embarrassment to the United States. And it's not the last time you've heard this," said Donald Trump at his maiden speech at the United Nations General Assembly.
'US ready to destroy North Korea'
"US has great patience, but if pushed to a corner, it will destroy the North Korea. The United States is ready, but hopefully we wouldn't have to. That's what United Nations is here for. North Korea should realise denuclearisation is its only option," said US president Donald Trump.
US president Donald Trump makes maiden appearance at the UN General Assembly
A day after telling the United Nations that it has "great potential", US president Donald Trump is giving his maiden address to the General Assembly.
Donald Trump told world elders at the United Nations General Assembly that the US military will be 'strongest it's ever been' while stating that certain 'rogue nations' pose a threat to the world.
File image of Donald Trump. AP
Trump, who took the podium at the General Assembly for the first time after winning the US presidential election in 2016, also said that UN 'sovereign nations' must be basis of world order.
Trump spoke at the UNGA meeting just after Brazil's Michel Temer, presenting his message to the world while also pushing for his nationalist "America First" agenda.
At a first UN appearance on Monday, Trump had vowed to push for reform at the world body that he once disparaged as a "club" where "people get together, talk and have a good time."
On Tuesday, while addressing world leaders at the UNGA, the US leader outlined his foreign policy priorities, from confronting North Korea over its nuclear and missile tests to deciding the fate of the Iran nuclear deal.
Before Trump's address, a top White House aide had said that Trump wpid take aim at "rogue regimes that threaten world stability and peace," singling out Pyongyang and Tehran during his 30-minute remarks and urging responsible nations to step in to curb their behavior.
"Trump will argue nation states should be free to pursue their interests unfettered — a contentious message for delegates to the world's foremost multilateral forum," AFP had siad.
Among other world leaders who will be making their first address at the UNGA meet include French president Emmanuel Macron, seen as the face of a more confident post-Brexit Europe, will also be making his first address to the 193-nation assembly.
His speech will likely offer a sharp contrast to Trump's worldview.
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