As President Trump addressed the UN general assembly, many wondered if he’d be the harsh United Nations critic we saw during the campaign, or if establishment and globalist advisers had won the turf war in the White House.
In recent weeks, Trump’s base has been wondering if he’s still the man they voted for.
And while the execution wasn’t as strong as the Trump we grew to love during his campaign, his forty-five minute address was still encouraging to those who aspire to see the U.S. follow a new America First doctrine.
Watch as I show you highlights about North Korea and "Rocket Man" that have the press in full derangement mode.
It seems the press prefers President Obama's UN addresses full of meaningless platitudes and progressive virtue signalling as he appeared to cozy up to Iranian Mullahs despite their constant threats to Israel.
Well, this President made no bones about it, he is no friend of the Iranian regime or the Iranian nuclear deal.
Trump called out those he referred to as the "wicked few" countries that need to be confronted. Venezuela and Cuba were on his hit list, and in typical Trumpian form, he called out the root ideology behind so much suffering around the world.
Recently, there’s been doubt that President Trump would stick to the America First populist nationalism that was at the core of his election victory but after this address, those fears can be put to rest.
President Trump related his view of America First to each and every nation state in the 193 member UN assembly by encouraging them to put their nation and their people first just as he is doing in his nation.