Pres. Trump chastizes Iran and Venezuela, condemns promoters of illegal immigration during UN speech
Pres. Donald Trump blasted Iranian and Venezuelan leaders during a 40-minute speech at the United Nations General Assembly Thursday in New York City. While Iranian leaders sat stone faced, a young Venezuelan representative attempted to look busy and distracted while holding a book. China was also in the president's crosshairs, as he recounted a history of their taking advantage of the World Trade Organization and American businesses. He accused China of stealing technology for making computer chips from Micron, then shutting out Micron from selling semiconductors there.
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