By Kyle James   |  09-26-2018   News
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As President Trump arrived at the United Nations to address the General Assembly, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N. delivered a speech of his own that reinforced Trump's message to the world. Bolton told a New York audience that opposed the Iran Nuclear Deal that the U.S. is committed to its stance on Iran. US national security adviser John Bolton Bolton delivered the powerful speech warning that Iran would have "hell to pay" and "serious consequences" if it defied the U.S.

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The Times of Israel called Bolton's words "some of the most aggressive language employed by administration officials in recent decades." During his speech, Bolton said, "The Iran deal was the worst diplomatic debacle in American history. It did nothing to address the regime’s destabilizing activities or its ballistic missile development and proliferation. Worst of all, the deal failed in its fundamental objective: permanently denying Iran all paths to a nuclear bomb."

In case Iran wasn't clear that the U.S. means business, Bolton added, "The United States is not naive. We will not be duped, cheated, or intimidated. The days of impunity for Tehran and its enablers are over. The murderous regime and its supporters will face significant consequences if they do not change their behavior. Let my message today be clear: We are watching, and we will come after you."

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Conservative commentator Daniel Larson had some scathing words of criticism for Bolton saying, "Bolton loathes diplomacy. That is the key thing to understand about him, and it helps explain almost everything he has done in his career. He regards any successful diplomatic agreement as something of a debacle because it involves striking a compromise with another government, usually an adversary or rival, and because it means that the other side wasn’t forced to give in to our every demand."

Larson continued, "If Bolton considers something to be the “worst diplomatic debacle” of our entire history, that tells us that the agreement required very little of the U.S., that it reinforced habits of multilateral cooperation, and that it successfully resolved an outstanding dispute that Bolton wished to resolve through regime change and war."

Opposition to Bolton's position and the Trump administration claims he represents "a particularly loud voice in the internal debate between the president’s determination to win by military intimidation, and his reluctance to undertake actual interventions." Political opponents pointed out that the president just called the Iraq War "the worst single mistake in the history of our country" yet Bolton said in 2016 said the withdrawal of troops from Iraq was a mistake.

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Bolton said in 2016, "Iraq today suffers not from the 2003 invasion, but from the 2011 withdrawal of all US combat forces. What strengthened Iran’s hand in Iraq was not the absence of Saddam [Hussein], but the absence of coalition troops with a writ to crush efforts by the ayatollahs to support and arm Shi’ite militias. When US forces left, the last possibility of Iraq succeeding as a multi-ethnic, multi-confessional state left with them. Don’t blame Tony Blair and George W Bush for that failure. Blame their successors."

Meanwhile, at the U.N. General Assembly, President Trump's statement was met with bickers and sneers from his liberal opponents. The mainstream media was quick to run with a less than 30 second sound bite in which they claim Trump is mocked during his speech.

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-conversation="none" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">WATCH: Laughter in UN General Assembly as President Trump touts his administration&#39;s progress in past 2 years: &quot;Didn&#39;t expect that reaction, but that&#39;s OK.&quot; <a href="https://t.co/V7GViB5g4B">pic.twitter.com/V7GViB5g4B</a></p>&mdash; NBC News (@NBCNews) <a href="https://twitter.com/NBCNews/status/1044598296709406723?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">September 25, 2018</a></blockquote>

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President Trump said in his speech, "In less than two years my administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country…so true. (subtle laughter ensues) Didn't expect that reaction, but ok." The U.S. president handled the reaction well and turned it into a humorous moment showing he is not as un-self-aware as his opponents claim.

The U.S. is back on top and the days of former President Obama's kowtowing to foreign powers and acting like all nations are equal are gone. The truth is they are not all equal and Trump isn't afraid to call out those countries that are funding terrorism and sowing evil in the world. The speech made Trump the first U.S. president since Ronald Reagan to tell the U.N. that America will no longer tolerate the tyrannical dictators whose nations compose a great deal of the U.N.'s General Assembly.

Trump has been vocal in his criticism of the U.N. so it really comes as no surprise that his speech wasn't welcomed with open arms. My favorite part of Trump's speech at the U.N. was when he called out the globalist ideology that is being pushed in so many countries. "We reject the ideology of globalism, and we embrace the doctrine of patriotism around the world," Trump said in his speech. "Responsible nations must defend against threats to sovereignty. And not just from governments, but from other newer forms of coercion and domination."

<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">UN leaders laugh when Trump says his government has &quot;accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country” <a href="https://t.co/q3KzhBjSQr">https://t.co/q3KzhBjSQr</a> <a href="https://t.co/gKNcwxlEY8">pic.twitter.com/gKNcwxlEY8</a></p>&mdash; Bloomberg Politics (@bpolitics) <a href="https://twitter.com/bpolitics/status/1044810342805721088?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">September 26, 2018</a></blockquote>

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