25 September 2018 • 3:42pm Trust at breaking point amid ‘increasingly chaotic’ world, Secretary-General says Trump turns down meeting with Iran US President was due on stage around 10am, he arrived at 10.15am What to expect from the US President’s speech Donald Trump has injected an added dose of excitement to the United Nations General Assembly by turning up after he was due to be on stage. The US President, his wife Melania and daughter Ivanka arrived arrived at 10.15am, despite being second on the schedule to talk at the gathering which started at 9am. Ahead of his address to the United Nations General Assembly, President Donald Trump has said he had no plans to meet with Iranian leader Hassan Rouhani at the gathering of world leaders ”despite requests” to do so. The US President is due to deliver a speech in New York on Tuesday morning, during which he is likely to touch on the Iran nuclear deal. As a precursor, he tweeted: ”Maybe someday in the future. I am sure he is an absolutely lovely man,” referring to the his Iranian counterpart, who is also set to speak at the UN General Assembly. Four months ago, Trump withdrew from the nuclear… Read full this story
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