Published: Wednesday, 20 September 2017 16:26
By INU Staff
INU - On Tuesday, US President Donald Trump delivered his first speech before the United Nations General Assembly. The address predictably included strong criticism of the president’s key adversaries, including North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un and the Shiite theocracy in Tehran. Similarly predictable were Trump’s references to the Iran nuclear agreement, which he has railed against since he was only a candidate for the presidency. Although his position on what he has called “the worst agreement ever negotiated” has arguably softened somewhat since taking office at the beginning of the year, it remains possible that he will begin to pull the US out of it next month, and his speech underscored this fact.