UN not reaching its potential - Donald Trump

Modesto Morganelli
Settembre 19, 2017

North Korea is expected to be key among the issues he discusses with tensions reaching a new peak.

Trump on Sunday affirmed in a tweet that he was conferring with world leaders on North Korea, appearing to refer to Kim Jong-un as "Rocket Man."

"The president has been very clear that he views this threat of North Korea as ever growing", Tillerson said.

"I think one of the things other United Nations delegates are trying to do is to create as inviting atmosphere as possible here for Trump, so that he doesn't go off-script".

"Their staffs look at Trump and say, 'Who the hell is this bozo?'" Bremmer continued.

Macron will reportedly try to persuade Trump to keep the U.S.in the Iran deal.

The White House has long held an "all options on the table" approach to North Korea, declining to negotiate or telegraph its plans publicly.

"None of us want war, We're trying every other possibility that we have, but there's a whole lot of military options on the table".

"First is to protect the American people, the second is to promote American prosperity", National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster pointed out.

President Trump pointed out that he expects some key reforms from the U.N.in terms of protecting whistleblowers and oversight on worldwide military operations.

However, since taking office, he has softened his tone, telling ambassadors from the UN Security Council member countries at a White House meeting that the UN has "tremendous potential".

Already North Korea has conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test and staged an intermediate-range missile test over Japan.

This is the first UNGA after both Trump and Secretary General Antonio Guterres took charge.

Trump's first appearance before the organization is at a US -sponsored event on reforming the 193-member organization.

"We seek a United Nations that regains the trust of people from around the world", the president said in his tightly scripted five-minute address. India s Permanent Representative to the UN Syed Akbaruddin on Saturday said India wants these reforms to be broad-based and all encompassing.

"We feel that reforms need to be much more broad-based".

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