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UN: Trump's bold claims laughed out of General Assembly02:33

UN: Trump's bold claims laughed out of General Assembly

United Nations, New York City, NY
September 25, 2018 at 16:28 GMT +00:00 · Published

US President Donald Trump's bravado and warnings of German "dependence" on Russia produced roars of laughter among attendees at the UN General Assembly in New York on Tuesday.

At the beginning of his speech, the US president was nearly laughed out of the building when made the bold claim that his "administration had accomplished more than any administration in the history of our country." Trump laughed it off, saying he "didn't expect that reaction but that's OK".

Later, his warnings of Germany becoming "totally dependent on Russian energy if it does not immediately change course" caused smiles from the German delegation.

Representatives of all 193 UN members' states are gathered for the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly meeting, which will take place between September 25 and October 1.

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US President Donald Trump's bravado and warnings of German "dependence" on Russia produced roars of laughter among attendees at the UN General Assembly in New York on Tuesday.

At the beginning of his speech, the US president was nearly laughed out of the building when made the bold claim that his "administration had accomplished more than any administration in the history of our country." Trump laughed it off, saying he "didn't expect that reaction but that's OK".

Later, his warnings of Germany becoming "totally dependent on Russian energy if it does not immediately change course" caused smiles from the German delegation.

Representatives of all 193 UN members' states are gathered for the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly meeting, which will take place between September 25 and October 1.