Email Updated September 20, 2017 19:24:12 Sorry, this video has expired Video: Donald Trump used his first speech to the UN General Assembly to crack down on North Korea (ABC News) Related Story: Here’s everyone Trump blasted in his debut at the UN Related Story: The full transcript of Trump’s speech to UN General Assembly Related Story: Trump slams UN ‘bureaucracy’ during first address, urges bold reforms Map: United States US President Donald Trump has vowed to “totally destroy” North Korea unless it backs down from its weapons programs, mocking Pyongyang’s leader Kim Jong-un as a “rocket man on a suicide mission”. Key points:His North Korea comments shocked the forum that earlier pushed for statesmanshipIn his 41-minute speech Mr Trump also touched on Iran and Islamic extremismMr Trump repeated his “America First” vision, said he would defend US “above all else”Read the full text of Donald Trump’s speech The comments, in Mr Trump’s first speech to the UN General Assembly, were his most direct threat to attack North Korea for its hostile activities that have included launching ballistic missiles over Japan and conducting underground nuclear tests.His comments rattled the world leaders gathered before him in the green-marbled hall, where just… Read full this story
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