Mary Curtis: President Trump’s U.N. Speech
President Trump did not say “America First”; but he didn’t have to
CHARLOTTE, NC — President Trump did not say “America First”; but he didn’t have to. His message this week to world leaders was the same one his administration has been sharing since he was elected.
In a speech influenced by his senior domestic adviser Stephen Miller and national security adviser John Bolton, Trump rejected globalism and affirmed the U.S. withdrawal from international agreements.
“America will always choose independence and cooperation over global governance, control and domination,” Trump said.
President Trump’s boasts about accomplishments in the first two years of his presidency also drew laughter from the assembled leaders.
WCCB political contributor, Mary C. Curtis weighs in on Trump’s speech and the reaction.