Donald Trump spoke for 40 minutes on Iran, Brexit, Venezuela, China ...
- Promises 'magnificent' post-Brexit trade deal;
- Attacks Iran for aggressive actions;
- Tells North Korea it must de-nuclearise.
United Nations, Sept.24.– President Donald Trump has warned that “the future does not belong to globalists” as he told world leaders gathered at the United Nations to embrace patriotism and put their own interests first.
In an address overshadowed by domestic concerns, including mounting calls for impeachment after he urged Ukraine’s president to investigate his rival Joe Biden, a sombre Mr Trump delivered a wide-ranging, downbeat address.
"If you want peace, love your nation,” he said. “Wise leaders always put the good of their own people and their own country first."
Mr Trump urged the world to unite against Iran's "blood lust”, noting: “It is time for Iran’s leaders to finally put the Iranian people first.”
He said that the US has “no permanent enemies,” but he warned ...