Donald Trump is accused of using an anti-Semitic trope during a speech to the UN General Assembly, referring to "globalists" trying to take over the world.
"The future does not belong to the globalists. The future belongs to the patriots. The future belongs to strong, independent states, "the president said while discussing international trade.
While Mr. Trump does not refer to Jews or Israel and uses the term as the economic opposite of nationalism," globalism "has been adopted by white supremacists in recent years.
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The Israeli newspaper Haaretz in an article asking if it is like anti-Semitic slag says that "barely hidden dog whistle is often used." "
Mr Trump continued to call on world leaders to give priority to their own nations, with strong borders and one-on-one trade deals, rather than to work for transnational organizations and unions.
Religious attraction over the past leaders that make them ignore their own national interests, "he added." These days are over. "
His comments seem to go even further than his speech to the UN last year when he explicitly rejected" the ideology of
"America is governed by Americans," ka for he in 2018, "We accept the doctrine of patriotism. Across the world, responsible nations must defend themselves against threats to sovereignty, not only from global governance, but also from other, new forms of coercion and domination."
on the occasion of Mr. Trump's promotion to America First, he challenged world leaders, This time the response was concerned with grumbling.
However, the president simultaneously sought to unite a multinational response to Iran's escalating aggression, previously blaming the Islamic Republic for the recent attacks on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities.
"The United States has never believed in constant enemies," he said, adding: "We want partners, not opponents. "
He continued to warn:" As long as Iran's threatening behavior continues, sanctions will not be lifted. They will be tightened. The United States is not seeking a conflict with any other nation. We wish peace, cooperation and mutual benefit to all. But I will never fail to protect America's interests. "
Mr Trump also raised the possibility of a diplomatic breakthrough, heightened speculation that Trump might meet in New York with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
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