President Donald Trump made his foreign policy debut this week at the United Nations General Assembly in New York. The president emphasized ‘America First’ and criticized North Korea and the Iran nuclear deal.
We’ll report on revived efforts in the Senate to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act and discuss what President Trump’s first appearance at the United Nations General Assembly reveals about the Trump doctrine.
President Donald Trump is leaning toward decertifying the Iran nuclear deal and putting the decision of whether the United States withdraw from the accord in the hands of Congress, according to four sources — including a senior administration official — familiar with the White House deliberations.
In a defiant speech before the U.N. General Assembly Tuesday, President Trump vowed to "totally destroy North Korea" if it threatens the U.S. or its allies. He also called the Iran nuclear deal "an embarrassment" and promised to put American interests ahead of other countries.
by David Nakamura, Anne Gearan | The Washington Post
President Trump warned the United Nations in a speech Tuesday that the world faces “great peril” from rogue regimes with powerful weapons and terrorists with expanding reach across the globe, and called on fellow leaders to join the United States in the fight to defeat what he called failed or murderous ideologies and “loser terrorists.”
The most challenging task in Washington, these days, is finding somebody who'll enthusiastically endorse Rex Tillerson. In just nine months, the Secretary of State has managed to alienate nearly every constituency that matters: