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In a pointed address to the U. N. General Assembly, President Trump idealism rejected in favor of patriotism and isolated from Iran for the recording of bad behaviour; chief White House correspondent John Roberts reports from New York.
Russia and North Korea were among the countries this week with speeches at the General Assembly of the United Nations to attack American foreign policy and challenge to change President Trump tactics, on a variety of topics.
Russian foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, who is known for his fiery rhetoric, used his speech at the General Assembly of the United Nations to criticize sanctions against Russia, and the United States has accused of meddling in other countries Affairs, especially Syria.
In his speech, he also took aim at the U.S. decision of war revisionism from the 2015-Iran nuclear deal, attack “against the modern system of international law.” He also accused the Western powers of using “political blackmail, economic pressure and brute force.”
“The attacks have been launched against the basic principles of the middle East settlement, the Joint, Comprehensive action plan, said on the Iranian nuclear program, the commitments within the World Trade organization (WTO) framework, the multilateral climate agreement, and many more,” he said.
Sergei Lavrov, the United States attacked the U. N. General Assembly.
Trump has been a critic of the WTO, and on Wednesday to the security Council defended its decision to pull out of the Iran deal-which he called a “terrible, one-sided deal [that] Iran continues to work his way into a [nuclear] bomb, and the regime gave a cash lifeline when they needed it the most.”
On Friday, Lavrov also attacked Trump’s decision last year to bomb a Syrian air force base in response to a chemical attack by President Bashar al-Assad regime with Lavrov, describes it as “started under completely trumped up pretext”, and warned before the war commenced, under “flimsy pretexts.”
Trump had warned Syria and Russia against an all-out assault on the Idlib province: “Get the terrorists, but I hope that the restraint will continue. The world is watching.”
On Saturday, North Korea claimed that the regime had not seen an “appropriate response” from the United States, the North Korean disarmament and the penalties were a sign of distrust from the USA
“Without confidence in the United States, it is said, no confidence in our national security, and under such circumstances, there is no way we will disarm unilaterally ourselves first,” foreign Minister Ri Yong Ho.
He also said that “the perception that the sanctions will bring us to our knees is a pipe dream of people who are ignorant about us.”
The two countries are not the only bats to take the use of the members ‘ meeting, either explicitly or veiled side to the US
China and Iran, both of which took advantage of their opportunities to criticize the United States, with the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Tuesday accused Trump of a “Nazi attitude.”
But President Trump, in his speech gave as good as he got. A year after the threat of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, that he was ready to destroy North Korea if it kept its nuclear ambitions, Trump warned, the US would not allow the Islamic regime, a bomb.
“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.”
Fox News’ Ben Evansky and The Associated Press contributed to this report.
Adam Shaw is a reporter covering the American and European politics for Fox News.. He can be reached.