A Rating Of Countries, According To Donald Trump
A rating of countries, according to Donald Trump
Donald Trump’s first address at the UN general assembly was a 41-minute long declaration of US power and military prowess, a celebration of sovereignty over international collaboration, and a threatening condemnation of America’s enemies. Though Trump bragged about his country being stronger and greater than ever, the speech had a dark feeling, not dissimilar from his inaugural address, painting a picture of a troubled world.
At the UN, Trump took the opportunity to share his view of an international community broadly divided into very bad, bad, sad and good countries. (Plus one that is the greatest of them …