United Nations chief warns of ‘increasingly chaotic world order’ during General Assembly address

United Nations chief warns of ‘increasingly chaotic world order’ during General Assembly address

United Nations chief warns of ‘increasingly chaotic world order’ during General Assembly address

Trump, and the majority of the world's leaders, convened for the U.N. General Assembly in NY on Tuesday.

The president once again criticized a nuclear deal with Iran endorsed by the council three years ago, saying a "horrible, one-sided deal allowed Iran to continue its path to a bomb and gave Iran a financial lifeline when they needed it the most".

So, the fake news said people laughed at President Trump.

Only US President Donald Trump, who chaired the session, spoke against the deal known as the JCPOA and appeared isolated as a result, Rouhani said.

Trump pulled America out of the accord in May and has been re-imposing sanctions on Iran.

"He was saying China has total respect for Donald Trump and Donald Trump's very, very large brain".

President Trump simply asserted that "we have evidence" but "I can't tell you now".

The Trump administration says China is stepping up covert and overt activities to stifle free speech, punish those who support the president's tough trade stance against China and interfere in the USA political system.

"Regrettably, we found that China has been attempting to interfere in our upcoming 2018 election, coming up in November, against my administration", Mr. Trump said.

"We don't want to them to meddle or interfere in our upcoming election", he said in prepared remarks.

Watch both Trump and Rouhani talk about the nuclear deal.

"Their words go against their actions, and their action is absolutely clear [and] is destroying the possibility of the two-state solution", Husam Zomlot, head of the recently closed Palestinian mission in Washington, told AFP news agency.

Wednesday´s meeting highlighted divisions between the United States and its European allies over the Iran nuclear deal, but there was also sharp criticism of Trump´s broader foreign policy.

But, in a press briefing in Beijing on Thursday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang said Beijing does not interfere in other countries' internal affairs.

In his own statement to the session later, Mr. Wang appeared to break from his prepared statement at the end to deny what he called the "unwarranted" USA accusation of election-meddling. The notice, published by the China Digital Times, said the Chinese tariffs are meant to split "apart different domestic groups in U.S".

Rouhani told a wide-ranging news conference that the U.S. decision to pull out of the 2015 nuclear deal in May was "a mistake" because there are no benefits for the people of the United States, Iran, Europe or any other country.

But Macron's harshest criticism had to do with the Paris climate agreement, which Trump withdrew the US from in 2017.

It was only the third time in United Nations history that a U.S. president chaired a Security Council meeting.

Trump said he'd been accused - falsely - by "four or five women" who "got paid a lot of money" to made those charges. People had a good time with me, we were doing it together.

"They would like to see me lose an election because they've never been challenged like this".

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