Trump hails Saudi achievements, criticizes Iran in UN speech

The Internet Can’t Get Enough Of Trump Getting Laughed At During His United Nations Speech

The Internet Can’t Get Enough Of Trump Getting Laughed At During His United Nations Speech

He particularly targeted trade, foreign aid, and migration, blasting Iran for creating "chaos, death and destruction", OPEC for "ripping off the world", and Venezuela for creating a "human tragedy".

A little further into his speech, German diplomats appeared bemused by Trump's latest swipe at their country as he reiterated his criticism of Germany's planned undersea gas pipeline from Russian Federation.

Both countries' presidents were due to attend the annual United Nations General Assembly in NY.

He had said it is an "outrage" that some nations would not only trade with a regime like North Korea, but would arm, supply and financially support a country that imperils the world with nuclear conflict.

"America's.", but the laughter has begun to take hold, and Trump tries to double down on his claim "- so true!".

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"The missiles and rockets are no longer flying in every direction, nuclear testing has stopped, some military facilities are already being dismantled", Trump said.

As Donald Trump made wild claims at the United Nations on September 25, 2018, delegates from around the world literally laughed in his face.

Mr Trump began his second address to the United Nations by acknowledging what he had said in his first, before making claims about his administration's successes in government: "One year ago I stood before you for the first time in this grand hall".

Trump told the annual gathering: "They do not respect their neighbors or borders or the sovereign rights of nations".

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Trump defended his decision to exit the 2015 Iranian nuclear accord signed under his predecessor Barack Obama and said that a U.S. campaign of "economic pressure" would turn back Islamic Republic's aggression.

He said that preventing Iran from exporting oil would be "very risky".

Israel and Iran have clashed over the past several years, with the United States also turning up the rhetoric against Tehran over the past two years.

"Only when each of us does our part and contributes our share can we realize the UN's highest aspirations", Trump said.

But the real estate mogul turned populist leader was comparatively subdued a year after he stunned the global body with his bellicose language on North Korea, including a threat to "totally destroy" Kim Jong Un's state.

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