by Rob Crilly The Washington Examiner | September 25, 2019
President Trump set out a nationalist worldview on Tuesday, attacking globalism and delivering a comprehensive account of how his vision informs policies on everything from trade to abortion.
“The future does not belong to globalists,” he told the United Nations General Assembly, a body founded on a globalist consensus. “The future belongs to patriots."
“The future belongs to sovereign and independent nations who protect their citizens, respect their neighbors, and honor the differences that make each country unique," he said.
This time around, there were no pithy epithets like the "Rocket Man" jibe he directed at North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during his first appearance at the U.N. Nor did the audience — always a tough one for Trump — break into disbelieving laughter as they did last year at the claim his administration had accomplished more “than almost any administration in the history of our country.”
Instead, Teleprompter Trump steered away from cheap shots and expansive claims to deliver a speech that, three years after coming to power, emphasized how his "America First" slogan was being put into practice.
It suggested a systematic approach to foreign policy, according to James Carafano of the Herit READ it HERE