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Trump does not meet with Iran until you ‘change your tune’
Arrival at the U. N. General Assembly in New York City, President of Trump speaks with reporters about U.S. relations with Iran and North Korea.
President Trump on Tuesday a crack in the Iran in his much-anticipated speech to the General Assembly of the United Nations, calls on the international community to isolate the regime and ensure that he is not possession of a nuclear weapon.
“We ask all Nations to isolate Iran’s regime, as long as his aggression continues,” he said.
Trump pulled the United States out of the 2015-Iran deal in may, the administration imposed economic sanctions in August. The administration is expected to slap more sanctions against Iran’s crude oil exports in November.
Trump said the regime “beat seized billions of dollars from the Iranian Treasury, valuable parts of the economy and looted, people export the religious foundations”, war abroad. He claims Iran is using funds from the nuclear deal to suppress your people and the “Fund for the Chaos and carnage in Yemen and Syria.”
“The United States has launched a campaign to deny the economic pressure that the regime the resources it needs to advance bloody agenda,” he said.
“We cannot allow the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism to possess the planet’s most dangerous weapons,” he said. “We can’t allow a regime that chants “death to America” and threatens Israel with destruction, and the means to deliver a nuclear warhead to any city on earth.
“Only it can’t do that.”
Before the speech, Trump told reporters that he was not ready to a meeting with the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani “, until you change your tune.”
“I am looking forward to a great relationship with Iran, but it is not going to happen now,” Trump told reporters before his speech. On Wednesday, Trump the chair of a meeting of the U. N. security Council on the question of Iran.
Earlier in the day, he had tweeted that he has no plans to meet Rouhani, although he added: “I’m sure he is an absolutely lovable man!”
Despite the prompt, I have no plans for a meeting of the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. Maybe sometime in the future. I’m sure he’s an absolutely lovely man!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 25, 2018
Trump’s speech was highly anticipated, comes a year after he had to” destroy the headlines in the 2017 General meeting of shareholders with the warning “the rocket, Kim Jong Un, that the United States is ready to, North Korea.
“Rocket Man is on a suicide mission for himself and his regime,” he said at the time. “The United States is ready, willing, and able, but I hope this will not be necessary.
Since this speech, Trump and Kim have met in person and the relations between South and North Koreans has thawed. On Tuesday, trump the rhetoric against the North Korean regime is much softer, with Trump told reporters before his speech that “a good relationship” and that there are no recent nuclear test from the North Koreans, and noting that the regime had boxes of remains of American soldiers killed in the Korean war.
“Missiles and rockets will no longer fly in all directions,” he said in his speech to the General Assembly, before Kim for his “courage thanked” in the table. But he warned that the sanctions occurs would remain in force until denuclearization.
On Syria, he warned that the US “will respond” if President Bashar Al-Assad uses chemical weapons against his people.
Trump, who repeatedly expressed skepticism about the U. N., is a specific encounter colder by some officials at the meeting of the leaders of the world, the face of the administration’s “America First” policy, both at home and in the U. N.
If Trump said in his speech that “in less than two years, we have achieved more than almost any administration in the history of our country,” the claim was met with laughter and gasps from the Assembly.
Trump laughed out of the reaction, and said he “had not expected that reaction, but OK.” Trump later, the Assembly said that “the United States explain how they live, work or worship. We ask only that you honor our sovereignty.”
In his speech on Tuesday, the Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, took what was likely to see, like a page of the immigration policy of slashing the trump card, when he warned of a “politics of pessimism” and “those who see their neighbors as a hazard that may cause a threat where there was none.”
“Those who close their borders to regular migration only fuel the work of human traffickers and those who ignore the breed of human rights in the fight against terrorism tend to be the very extremism they are trying to end,” he said.
Trump is probably aimed more such rhetoric in its General direction, which do many managers, the trump often criticize quickly, but unwillingly, so with name. The French President, Emmanuel Macron, has always again to speak of the European nationalist movement that is planned, and is likely to touch on issues such as immigration, and populism.
Mexican President Pena Nieto and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the scheduled speakers for Tuesday.
Adam Shaw is a reporter covering the American and European politics for Fox News.. He can be reached.