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Trump: U.N. 'has not reached its full potential'
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President Trump criticized the United Nations on Sept. 18 as being overburdened with bureaucracy and urged reform. More than 120 countries were invited to attend the meeting after signing on to a U.S.-drafted 10-point political declaration.
President Trump criticized the United Nations on Sept. 18 as being overburdened with bureaucracy and urged reform. More than 120 countries were invited to attend the meeting after signing on to a U.S.-drafted 10-point political declaration.
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