The Donald Does the U.N.

Days after four Americans were butchered on September 11, 2012, then-president Barack Obama went before the gaseous tinpots at the United Nations and apologized profusely for a non-existent video he conveniently blamed for what he knew full well to be a terrorist attack. With an election six weeks away, no price was too great to pay to keep up the charade until afterward … as long as somebody else paid the price. He loved and respected the foreign squatters because they hated Americans and Jews as viscerally as he did.

[CtH:  The Lord hates liars.” Proverbs 12:22.  Just sayin’.]

President Trump is giving a formal address before the UN today.  Expect his attitude to be far, far different. He gave a taste yesterday, making it clear he put America first and they had to make a lot of different decisions or be left behind. Personally I’ve always resented these dipsticks shouting “diplomatic immunity” every time they break the law, which is constant.

Trump ​slams the UN in his first UN appearance

President Trump used his first official visit to the United Nations on Monday to criticize the world body for not living up to its “potential,” and urged member nations to reject “business as usual” and take “bold stands.”

“In recent years, the United Nations has not reached its full potential because of ​​bureaucracy and mismanagement​,​”​ Trump said during a meeting about reforms.

Trump Promotes Nationalism, Threatens War At UN

President Donald Trump delivered his first address to the United Nations Tuesday in a speech that espoused nationalism, while at the same time threatening multiple “rogue regimes.”

Trump campaigned on a nationalist platform and at times criticized the UN itself and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

“As President of the United States I will always put America first,” Trump said at the UN General Assembly, adding that all nations should seek to put their own people first.

Five Things Trump Wants From The United Nations

President Trump kicked off his first official United Nations General Assembly meeting Monday morning with a message to its members: It’s time to change the ways of the past and reform the international body.

BOOM! Trump Slams Socialism At UN General Assembly — Faces Awkward Silence

President Trump slammed the Venezuelan Socialist Regime at the UN General Assembly on Tuesday.  President Trump then SLAMMED the Socialist platform.

At U.N., Trump warns U.S. may have to ‘totally destroy’ North Korea

Loud murmurs filled the green-marbled U.N. General Assembly hall when Trump issued his sternest warning yet to North Korea, whose ballistic missile launches and nuclear tests have rattled the globe. Unless North Korea backs down, he said, “We will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea.”


“Rocket Man is on a suicide mission” President Trump SLAMS Kim Jong Un

Listen up, UN — Trump means what he’s telling you

To all you be-suited, be-spectacled, and soon-to-be-bewildered diplomats slogging around the United Nations General Assembly this week, try to understand this: Donald Trump means every word of what he’s going to tell you. Which is: the United States is done with being blamed for everything that goes wrong in the world, and then paying to fix it.

For decades since the UN’s founding in 1945, ambassadors and their ever-sprawling staffs have lived, eaten and parked at taxpayer expense, enjoying a life far beyond the means most of them could ever hope to afford in their homelands.

Bolton: Trump’s U.N. Speech the Best of His Presidency

“I think it’s safe to say, in the entire history of the United Nations, there has never been a more straightforward criticism of the behavior, the unacceptable behavior of other member states,” Bolton said.

In addition, he said Trump’s critiques of the nuclear deal revealed the White House would not tolerate “half-measures and compromises” that allowed Iran and North Korea to progress to the verge of having deliverable nuclear weapons.

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