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President Donald Trump promises to protect America citizens

21 September 2017

Trump spoke at a dinner in NY with leaders of Brazil, Colombia, Panama and Argentina.

The two leaders also discussed Trump's coming China visit, the Xinhua News Agency said.

The Council members issued a statement for the mass media condemning the North Korean leadership's provocative activity and stressing the essentiality of full observance of the restrictions imposed on the country.

And what have the USA and its allies achieved? He says additional actions are possible.

"The president spent an enormous amount of time crafting, developing and fine-tuning his address in every respect", according to the senior White House official.

Those arguments were buttressed from within Trump's administration last month when Steven Bannon concurred that America was essentially bluffing about military options, shortly before he was pushed out as the president's strategic adviser.

Trump heads to the U.N. General Assembly meeting next week with the same suitcase of bad options as his predecessors. Trump has also not ruled out a military option, which could leave millions of people in the South Korean capital vulnerable to potential retaliatory attack. Trump said he asked his chief of staff, John Kelly, to look into it.

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In his first state-of-the-world report since taking the reins of the United Nations on January 1, Guterres put "nuclear peril" as the leading threat, warning that "we must not sleepwalk our way into war". President Trump's criticism of the Iran nuclear deal will also be in the spotlight, as well as his decision to pull out of the Paris Climate agreement.

Asked if the USA would stay in that deal, Trumped answered only "you'll see very soon".

The United States backed by Japan, South Korea and its western allies are pushing for a strong worldwide response to North Korea after it conducted its sixth and most powerful nuclear test and fired missiles over Japan.

About 130 world leaders are attending this year's global gathering, but all eyes will be on Trump, whose "America First" agenda has alarmed both allies and foes. On September 3, North Korea said it tested a hydrogen bomb, leading to sanctions being passed against the country by the United Nations Security Council on Tuesday.

But his strongest words were directed at North Korea.

The subject is set to dominate U.S. President Donald Trump's address to the U.N. General Assembly and his meetings with South Korean and Japanese leaders this week. Addressing the opening session, UN Secretary General António Guterres urges Myanmar to halt its military campaign against Rohingya Muslims.

Trump adds that the United Nations.

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"We have pretty much exhausted all the things that we can do at the Security Council at this point", Haley on Sunday said in an interview with the CNN.

He also came up with a new slogan for the United Nations shadowing the "Make America Great Again" mantra he successfully rode to the presidency.

Trump's first appearance before the organization is at a US -sponsored event on reforming the 193-member organization.

Trump planned Monday to address a US -sponsored event on reforming the 193-member world body.

"Whether it's with UN reform, whether it's with peacekeeping, we're starting to see a lot of changes at the UN", Haley said.

Reiterating solidarity with its Asian partners on Friday, France called North Korea's move to build a nuclear and ballistic program a "violation of its worldwide obligations", which put at risk the security of the region and the global community, Xinhua news agency reported.

The US president is scheduled to separately meet with leaders of Israel and France later on Monday, with an expected focus on the Middle East, and Iran in particular.

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President Donald Trump promises to protect America citizens