Tuesday, President Trump denounced Iran’s “blood lust” and called on other nations to join the United States to pressure Iran after attacks on Saudi Crude Oil production facilities, but said there is a path to peace.
“America knows that while anyone can make war, only the most courageous can choose peace,” President Trump said Tuesday in an address to the United Nations General Assembly annual gathering of world leaders.
In his 3rd annual UN appearance, President Trump offered a subdued tone looking to convey a more reassuring presence as he asks Americans for a 2nd term next year.
While offering his habitual defense of national sovereignty – “the future must never belong to globalists” – President Trump stressed the US’ desire for peaceful relations with all and calling for collective, rather than unilateral, action.
“Hopefully we can reach an agreement that will be beneficial to both countries. But as I have made clear I will not accept a bad deal for the American people,” President Trump said.
The response to President Trump in the chamber was muted.
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