Trump’s speech left ONE world leader flabbergasted

President Trump took center stage at the United Nations on Tuesday and delivered what might be one of the best political speeches of all time. Or at least the best one we’ve heard in a long time.

The president rebuked both North Korea and Iran, going hard after the Communist regime that has been defying UN sanctions by continuing its missile tests — going so far as to call Kim Jong Un “Rocket Man.”

To say Trump’s speech was strong would be an understatement. His comments about Iran and the evils facing the world today seemed to especially hit Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who had nothing but praise for the president’s words.

According to BizPacReview,

Trump’s remarks on Tuesday were a far cry from the apologetic speeches of the last few years, as he defended the greatness of America and denounced evil across the globe.

Netanyahu, who endured an often icy relationship with former President Obama, celebrated the renewed bond between the United States and Israel.

When Bibi took the podium himself to deliver his address to the UN, he once again took an opportunity to praise Trump:

After eight long years of weak, spineless leadership from the Obama administration, which spent more time on the road apologizing for everything that makes America great, Trump’s willingness to put on display a steely backbone is a breath of fresh air.

For far too long we have been essentially absent from the geopolitical stage, getting laughed at by world leaders everywhere thanks to Obama’s “leading from behind” nonsense. The man wouldn’t even acknowledge radical Islamic terrorism and seemed to try and butter Iran up all the time.

This speech made it pretty clear those day are over.

[NOTE: This article was written by Michael Cantrell. Follow him on Twitter @MCantrell0928 and on Facebook]

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