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Trump slams US's 'unfair' contribution to United Nations budget

21 September 2017

President Donald Trump spoke for the first time at the United Nations, and he didn't hold back against North Korea.

In his first address to the annual gathering of world leaders at the 193-member UN General Assembly since taking office in January, Guterres said the North Korea crisis must be solved through a political process, Reuters reported.

Pyongyang carried out its sixth and most power nuclear test earlier this month and last week launched an intermediate range ballistic missile that flew over Japanese territory for the second time.

"We must ensure no one and no member state shoulders a disproportionate share of the burden - and that's militarily or financially", said President Donald Trump.

"Reform in President Trump's words is code for stripping the human rights system of much-needed resources".

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USA representative to the United Nations Nikki Hailey said that the US hoped to gain consensus for its initiative, the state-run TASS news agency cited her as saying. He has been so critical of the United Nations.

However, some foreign affairs experts have questioned Trump's decision to apply a derisive nickname to Un, believing it will only provoke him further.

But China and Russian Federation have warned that U.S. talk of military options to address the North Korean crisis would have a catastrophic result and are pushing for diplomatic talks.

"Incredible speech by POTUS as he addresses the world at the United Nations General Assembly today", she wrote, accompanied by an image of Trump at the General Assembly podium.

Trump will also argue that his nationalist doctrine of "America First" is not an impediment to worldwide cooperation, but rather a rational basis for countries to work together, without losing sight of their own self-interest.

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Trump used U.S. student Otto Warmbier - who died just days after his release from North Korea - as an example of the regime's "torture'and 'oppression".

French President Emmanuel Macron, also speaking to the General Assembly, defended the nuclear deal with Iran.

He said the United States was "prepared to take further action if the government of Venezuela persists".

He slammed the Iran nuclear deal, calling it "an embarrassment" and one of the worst that the United States has ever entered into.

He added that, as American president, he will always "put America first".

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Trump slams US's 'unfair' contribution to United Nations budget