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Trump spoke at the United Nations General Assembly to muted applause.
Trump started speaking immediately after entering the chamber around 10:38 am, with remarks televised.
Minutes into his speech as he touted his accomplishments, the audience in the chamber started grumbling before falling silent again.
During his speech, Trump touted increased military spending, the tax cut, and said we are standing up for America. He boasted about his push for peace with North Korea, calling the conversations “highly productive” and said since the meeting, the US has already seen meaningful progress.
Trump devoted a good portion of the speech to the US approach to Iran, check the official transcript. The speech
ended at 11:13 am to polite, muted applause.
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