U.S. President Donald Trump underscored his “America First” policies when he addressed world leaders at the UN General Assembly meeting in New York on Tuesday.
He talked about trade and his ongoing dispute with China. And he also raised other controversial global issues such as U.S. relations with Iran.
CGTN’s Anand Naidoo has this report from the United Nations.
- Hugh Dugan is a fellow and adjunct professor with Center for United Nations and Global Governance Studies at Seton Hall University.
- Sourabh Gupta is a senior fellow at the Institute for China-America Studies.
- Qinduo Xu is a senior fellow at the Pangoal Institution.
- Alexander Azadgan is an Iranian analyst and a professor of Strategic Global Management & International Political Economy.
Trump's speech puts him at odds with the UN https://t.co/tpKn5SAtPF
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Trump told leaders from around the world Tuesday the American economy is “booming like never before” and his administration has accomplished more in less than two years than almost any other administration. His boast elicited laughter from the scores of heads of state and delegates in the audience for the speech.