Bolton says the "murderous regime and its supporters will face significant consequences if they do not change their behavior" and there will be "hell to pay" if Iran harms us citizens or its allies. Let my message today be clear: "We are watching, and we will come after you".
He also emphasized that the United States does not support the International Criminal Court which has been looking into investigating USA military members who served in Afghanistan for alleged war crimes.
"The missiles and rockets are no longer flying in every direction, nuclear testing has stopped, some military facilities are already being dismantled", Trump said.
This year, 133 world leaders have signed up to attend this year's assembly session, which ends October 1, a significant increase from the 114 leaders last year. Amusing how the administration denies pushing regime change while its Strangelovian advisors spew cartoon villain rhetoric like this.
Donald Trump was greeted with laughter when he said his administration had accomplished "more than nearly any" other in United States history. The United States stands ready to export our abundant, affordable supply of oil, clean coal and natural gas.
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"Iran has so far honored its commitments to the nuclear deal. Against my administration", he told the Security Council members.
Mr Trump, who said on Tuesday morning that he had given up hope for a meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani while both were in NY, said he would keep up economic pressure on Tehran to try to force a change in its behaviour.
"Despite requests, I have no plans to meet Iranian President Hassan Rouhani". Trump is scheduled to address the gathering later.
"There will be hell to pay!" "We only ask that you honor our sovereignty in return".
The Trump Administration pretends that this is their way to get diplomacy going.
President Donald Trump's opening remarks at the United Nations Tuesday created an awkward and unexpected moment, with other world leaders laughing or grumbling at the American president's boast about his administration's accomplishments.