What Trump said at the UN is an abomination


When President Donald Trump was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2017, he said that peace and justice is a moral imperative.

His claim that peace would be better for the world, and better for peace-loving Americans, is simply a lie.

What Trump really means by this statement is that the United States is going to war in order to further a liberal agenda that seeks to undermine the sovereignty and independence of other nations.

That’s why he called for the overthrow of the government of Ecuador, and what he said about the Ecuadorian government in his speech was even more egregious.

Trump’s foreign policy is based on a liberal and racist ideology that is anti-white, anti-Christian, anti‑Catholic, and anti‑Semitic.

It’s not surprising that, if elected president, Trump would want to continue to pursue a liberal, racist agenda.

It is a lie to claim that the U.S. has a moral obligation to fight for peace and freedom in the world.

The United States has a long history of doing exactly that.

From the early days of the United Nations to the present day, the United State has consistently sought to expand its influence in the region, particularly in the Middle East and Africa.

This has been particularly true since the United Nation declared that the world is on a path to destruction, which led to the creation of the UN in 1947.

The creation of UN has been a great boon to the U

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