Agent of Change – President Trump Remarks to The United Nations Reform Meeting in New York…

President Donald Trump delivers remarks to participating member nations of the United Nations reform assembly today in New York. President Trump calls for the wholesale reform to the U.N. as a bureaucratic institution, and called upon the diplomatic body to embrace an era of change.

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley introduces President Trump.

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160 Responses to Agent of Change – President Trump Remarks to The United Nations Reform Meeting in New York…

  1. sundance says:

    Liked by 40 people

  2. TheLastDemocrat says:

    Holding the best hand at the table.

    Liked by 19 people

  3. Trumppin says:

    Reform is good but defund/dismantle is better….

    Liked by 34 people

    • LBB says:

      We often create products (can be a program or institution too) that begin with really good ideas and visions , then get hijacked by those whose goal is often to “use” that very product for gain in power , $$$, or vehicle for evil. Can that rotten part ever be surgically removed to save all that is healthy ? Our president is willing to try in EVERY area.

      Refreshing to hear Secretary-General’s conspiracy theory.

      Our president looked great in this setting , as he does when he travels the globe. Absent of the toxic MSM/Uniparty urchins.

      Liked by 18 people

      • Paco Loco says:

        I’ve worked for the UN as a consultant. It is nothing more than a huge racketeering organization that spends money on friviolus activities that only benefit the bureaucrats who make outrageous salaries and benefits befitting a king. The US gains little from membership and the whole enterprise is a huge money pit. We should get out.

        Liked by 39 people

        • MMinLamesa says:

          I haven’t worked there and know the same thing. He may as well been speaking to a room full of bricks.

          In effect he told them their business plan, which has made these plutocrats & their reps, wealthy by sponging up aid to change to another plan that would help the pee-ons. Good luck with that.

          Liked by 9 people

        • Ditch Mitch says:

          TY, TY!!! Drain the UN Swamp! Great opening comments by PDJT. I hope PDJT calls out those corrupt members during the splinter meetings

          Liked by 7 people

        • Remember what happened a decade ago after the Indonesian tsunami?

          US troops arrived to help in rescue/recovery efforts w/i 24 hours, were working tirelessly and then sleeping on the humid open-air tarmac before waking to face each next day of salvage labor. Eventually UN representatives showed up eons later, horrified to discover that their usual 5-star hotels were unavailable, so they requested that the US Navy urgently revamp the nearest aircraft carrier into a lodging worthy of a resort palace w/ gourmet chefs etc.

          Admiral told the UN twerps to go pound sand.

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      • Nailbanger says:

        The MAM really does try at every turn to discredit and deminish our president.
        The only thing this has done is strengthen thevresolve of folks like me to remove even more support for the collective, i will no longer support those who seek to minimize my voice while screaming at the top of their lungs,,, the MSM, globalist and the establishment political machines can all bite me,,,

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    • laurelmarycecilia says:

      be patient…….Rome wasn’t built in a day (and all that)

      Liked by 9 people

    • harrietht3 says:

      Indeed: Power corrupts — and we know the UN is after absolute power. (H/T Lord Acton.)

      Liked by 4 people

    • BakoCarl says:

      I think PTrump likes to lay out some cards and then give his “opponent” (be it the U.N., Kongress or GOPe) a chance to srep up and make necessary changes before he lowers the boom.

      Liked by 13 people

    • freedom says:

      Yes, I know this is a Trump support site and I have been a Trump supporter since he announced. However, I am growing weary of his backtracking on the U.N., DACA, the wall, illegal immigration. What did we vote for? Uncle Sucker is going to let 800,000 DACA illegals stay here? Ouch. Talk about deja vu. And yes, I know in advance that my post will be unwelcome, but someone has to say it. Trust Trump, but for heaven’s sake, verify!

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      • Trumper1 says:



      • Bendix says:

        I hear you, freedom, but if he can kick the UN into some semblance of what it is meant to be, more power to him.
        We Americans end up paying for all kinds of things that if the UN did their jobs, wouldn’t have become the costly problems they are.
        I’d rather give the money to a functional UN and have them work to prevent “humanitarian crises” like the Syrian refugees, than to have the people suffer and spend the money trying to mop up.

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      • Trumppin says:

        You’re perceptive….. it is un-welcomed – We verified him prior to our vote cast.. we also verified crooked hillary and made the wisest choice. You can grow weary.. but the rest of us will rely on what we know to be true with Trump and we’ll be #MAGA Strong and remember that if we didn’t hear it directly from him – we didn’t hear it. and as such.. he has said
        1. no daca deal has been made
        2. No chain migration – ever
        3. No Amnesty – ever
        4. The dems put out a statement saying there was no daca deal. (Media- MIA)

        What is happening is two fold 1. Trump is demonstrating the Art of the Deal and 2. a ton of gas lighting is going on to divide trump supporters and it is being done by both parties. and a few GOPe Shills like Ann Coulter, Breitbart and other outlets.

        Now i want you weak kneed trump supporters and libs that show up here to think about why trump would of tweeted what he tweeted at the start of this about “do you really want too”…. it was posed as a question…. he was seeking your voices to be heard on this issue – he’s taken heat for it.. he knew he would but in the end OUR VOICES WILL BE THE INFLUENCE IN HIS NEGOTIATION , IT WILL BE THE STRENGTH BEHIND HIS DECISION.

        But I digress…. most everyone has missed this “Trap” he set for both the GOPe and the Democrats.

        Liked by 12 people

        • magatrump says:

          Great to see you here again Trumppin. Love your comments.
          I agree with you 1000%. I only trust what comes out of President Trump’s mouth and I only trust President Trump’s actions. Everything else said and done is utter nonsense.

          Liked by 4 people

          • Trumppin says:

            Thanks! I missed my branch all summer.. but busy busy busy chasing a almost kindergartner LOL but it’s fall and I am finding more time now that school started 🙂


        • Fe says:

          Trumppin I meant to say this way earlier today, your comments have been missed bigly. I am so glad you are posting in this thread. I hope you will be posting more, we need your input! 😀👍🇺🇸❤️😘

          Liked by 3 people

          • Trumppin says:

            hey Fe.. missed you too! and all the treepers! but it was summer 🙂 but i am back here and there until fall turns to frozen – This is my biggest time of the year as a wild life photographer so i am still a little busy 😉


      • Someone has to say that? Why?

        He has not backed on the wall, it is CONGRESS…..He has not backed on illegal immigration–yes they have fought him on this, but even through all that, illegal immigration is down over 70%…..He has not backed in his dislike of the U.N. He has, in fact, exhibited an attitude of reform–become functional and useful to the world, or lose our money.

        Finally DACA is very complicated. I am a conservative, but a compassionate conservative.

        Is it really fair to punish a child for the crimes of their parents? These kids are Americans, they just don’t have the piece pf paper to show it. America is home, they know absolutely nothing about other countries, and they are for the most part, job holding, military serving, educated, English speaking–upright Americans. I do not want to see these kids deported.

        PTrump has not changed, he understands that negotiation is the key to governing and remember his closing song, you can’t always get what you want…..

        I stand behind my President 110%….. Are there really people out there who thought one man could bring all of the major reforms that he promised he would work toward in only 8 months?


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        • jerrydon, I think it would help you to do more in-depth, personal research on the DACA “kids.” I’ve mentioned this before, but the ones I’ve seen and read about have stories that just don’t hang together, IOW, make no sense. Check it out of yourself.

          Your description of DACA people sounds as if it was ripped from the latest set of MSM talking points.

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          • Well, sorry, but this issue we will differ on……I am not, nor have I ever been anti immigration. I am however strongly against illegal immigration.

            But it was not these kids that did anything illegal, it was their parents…..Do not attempt to punish them for this, America…..

            This is a completely different case and PTrump is handling it just as I would…..


            • Trumppin says:

              I’ll just leave you a bit of reading so you can be better informed on what constitutes DACA Children:
              “While DACA recipients were illegally brought to the United States by their parents when they were children, the minimum age to apply for the program is 15 years old. In fact, the majority of the applicants were over the age of 20 based on 2014 data from the US government. Some have estimated that the average age of dreamers is 25 or 26 years old–hardly children.”

              And then you can hustle over to this tidbit:
              “With all the hype surrounding President Trump’s decision to end DACA, it’s important to remember a 2013 report from Judicial Watch revealing that under Barack Obama’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS), background checks were scrapped for those applying to be covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

              Documents from 2012 obtained by Judicial Watch through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request show that memos were circulated about circumventing extensive background checks for those applying for DACA protection. For instance, memos from September 14 ordered the National Benefits Center (NBC) to provide “lean and lite” background checks to DACA applicants without a specified end date to stop the practice. Another email thread showed that DACA applicants couldn’t be denied protection if they were unable to produce some form of identification.”


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      • jeans2nd says:

        “What did we vote for…someone has to say it…”

        You’ve quite obviously not been here long.
        “Someone” already has said “it.” And we know EXACTLY what it is for which we voted.
        One would suggest you take the time to peruse prior posts here, and enjoy the learning that accompanies insights.

        Begin here – is called “The Big ugly,” and def has a purpose –
        “President Trump Previews The “Ugly” Solution to the UniParty in Washington DC…”

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      • Judith says:

        I stopped reading at “However..” cue the pearls and violins 😉

        Liked by 1 person

      • LafnH2O says:

        Start from a position of strenth
        Back and forth

        Negotiate. i.e.,

        What ya got?…
        Whooo!! Too, much.

        Ill tell ta, what…

        And so it goes


  4. sunnydaysall says:

    Our POTUS could not have stated it better and I believe he will show the UN the door should they not comply, completely! Especially if they want to continue getting any funds from the USA!

    Liked by 10 people

  5. treehouseron says:

    This whole thing was hilarious. The whole meeting is about signing a piece of paper with no penalties or repercussions, and 73 member countries didn’t sign it.

    President Trump used his speech as an opportunity to drop bombs on the UN, saying over and over just how ineffective and corrupt the UN is…

    The UN guy says “what keeps me up at night? Red Tape.”

    I’m thinking what REALLY keeps him up at night is the idea of MAD DOG MATTIS bombing the s**T out of North Korea, or Donald Trump completely kneecapping China either way.

    Then Nikki Hailey urges the remaining countries to sign the piece of paper, lol.

    Liked by 12 people

  6. Bob Thoms says:

    Can’t find a list of the countries that haven’t signed the UN reform agenda………..anyone?

    Liked by 1 person

  7. G says:

    Isn’t it the United Nations that wants to disarm America? Isn’t it the United Nations that want to and does support the ‘New World Order’ ? Isn’t it the United Nations that passed or wants to pass ‘Agenda 21’ ?
    Why are we supporting the United Nations? Especially since most of the members do not like the United States…Just asking..

    Liked by 19 people

  8. Frank says:

    History has shown us repeatedly that people like the UN bureaucrats would literally rather die than change how they hustle their constituents. However, no one holds a larger financial stake in the UN than America. If they refuse to do their jobs, the US can simply withdraw itself from the UN parasites and let them croak.

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  9. trialbytruth says:

    How the heck did this man rise to head the UN. I don’t know his history but his speech and recognition of the problem and the responsibilities are amazing. Pragmatists rarely rise to the top of swamps.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. TrueNorthSeeker says:

    Nice to see The Boss herding the cats at the UN. It shows what real leadership looks like. So happy to see President Trump getting such much-deserved respect.

    Liked by 6 people

  11. The Devilbat says:

    The leaders of the UN have been working for a long time to transform the UN into a one world government. That mission has to change and those leaders have to go.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. trialbytruth says:

    Not a good bio on this guy Portuguese socialist ,decriminalization of drugs, big time proponent of Syrian refugees. Apparently his happy words come as Nikki explains to him where UN funds come from while twirling a six gun.

    Liked by 3 people

  13. i'm just sayin'.. says:

    Uh Oh – if the UN actually reforms itself from corruption, nepotism, cronyism, communism, wastefulness, sense of entitlement, incompetence and laziness there’ll be nothing left. Sounds like a win to me.

    Liked by 12 people

  14. Judith says:

    Today just happens to be US ConstitutionDay, according to my desk calendar. How fitting to remind ourselves what it is that separates our nation from the tyranny of UN’s New World Order.

    Thank God we elected a President who will defend our Constitutional rights and protect our national sovereignty in these extremely perilous times.

    Liked by 9 people

    • SpanglishKC says:


      God sent a murderer to free the Jews from bondage in Egypt..
      Joseph and Mary were scandilized
      He used 12 unsavory, flawed characters to start His ministry on earth
      A vicious and brutal Christian hating tax collector becomes one of the greatest apostles

      America has Trump, a billionaire playboy from New York…say what?!?!

      Makes total sense

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      • Sylvia Avery says:

        Exactly! For most of the pre nomination campaign I kept praying for the best strong leader to emerge, and I DEFINITELY did not see Donald Trump as that man. I never liked the Playboy Billionaire act with all the blonde trophy wives.

        But when I prayed I kept hearing the words in my head “imperfect vessel” and when I would contemplate Trump during the debates and so forth, again with the “imperfect vessel.” I knew what that meant, but I mean this is hardly an expression in my daily use. Ultimately I was led to review numerous examples in Scripture, and I finally got it.

        I finally understood that this was God’s choice for this job at this time, and that he didn’t need to be perfect. He just needed to seek and do God’s will. I can’t thank God enough for answering our prayers.

        Liked by 7 people

        • Deb says:

          Beautiful story, thanks for sharing! I can’t give likes, but if I could it would be like x1000!

          Liked by 1 person

        • thluckyone says:

          Sylvia, amen! Tears in my eyes – amen. I so much appreciate Deb’s sentiment (above) – and amen. I had NO IDEA how to pray for this man (back then) but God answered MILLIONS of prayers that weren’t mine… and amen. I was just lurking and taking a break from studies and I saw your post… again I say (with head bowed) amen.

          I’ll JOIN you in trying to find a way to sufficiently thank God for sparing us – but I know for my part that will end in failure… and more rejoicing. Bless you, Sylvia; You KNOW how close we were. YOU understand. I sincerely thought it was over but – Mercy said NO!

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          • Sylvia Avery says:

            “You KNOW how close we were. YOU understand. I sincerely thought it was over but – Mercy said NO!”

            I still get the shakes sometimes when I think about it. I really thought it was over. I thought America was lost for sure.

            I am so humbled that God heard us and answered our prayers. I really believe it is because this is the last patch on the planet where we are still, for the most part, allowed the freedom to practice our faith.

            Liked by 1 person

            • thluckyone says:

              So, Sylvia – I never had truly considered defending our freedom of conscience to be something of the same stature as defending – say – our freedom of speech or our right to keep and bear arms. But you’ve helped me to have a new perspective. I don’t know what “triggers” God – if anything does. But if our defending our own “freedom to practice our faith” is somehow part of God being willing to answer our prayers… then – again – amen.

              Thank you for this privilege. GBY!

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        • Kalena says:

          Sylvia, my Biblical gift is discernment. I have had my eye on Trump since 2011. I understood 2012 was not the year. However I was totally all in since he announced in June 2015. I have to admit I was very surprised when the MSM failed to take him out after his announcement speech calling out the illegals. When he survived those first few days, I knew we had our next President. I still don’t understand why the left was so surprised Hillary lost. To me, it was a given.

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        • Fe says:

          Sylvia I had a similar experience. I kept praying and then kaboom before I had heard of TCTH or any other website to guide me, not even have heard of Mark Taylor until months later, God spoke directly to my heart, it was like an epiphany. Suddenly I knew DJT was going to win, and that God had been preparing this man for such a time as this. I got very excited and told my husband that Donald J Trump was going to win the nomination and beat Hillary. You couldn’t shut me up, I was so convinced and excited. This was in the spring of 2016.

          My family thought I was nuts but I kept at them, finally convincing them why he was going to beat the snot out of old Hillary and to vote for him. My daughter remained skeptical that right up until he won, ha!!!! That’ll teach her to believe her mama. I shall never forget the moment I knew. I had nothing to base it on other than God told me so. Later I found this treasure of a place, TCTH, and then discovered Mark Taylors Trump prophecies. Having Donald J Trump in my corner, our corner, is a miracle that keeps on getting better each day as we MAGA onward.

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  15. MIKE says:

    There’s a couple of classic moments here; @ the 1:41 mark, little Nicky sez “It is now MUH HONOR to present to you a man who is no stranger to change…” , and, @ 6:37 someone farts and they all get that ‘not me, who did it look’. Still chuckling!


  16. Summer says:

    Well, the only reform I would wholeheartedly support is this one:

    US out of UN, UN out of US.

    Liked by 6 people

  17. The Boss says:

    Crib note version – “The United States will no longer pay for a bloated UN bureaucracy to undermine us or our national interests. Work with us, or become extinct. Sincerely, Josey Wales”.

    Liked by 9 people

  18. n1ghtcr4wler says:

    Guterres, the UN chief is a socialist who is advocating for open borders and unlimited invasion by muslims.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. burnett044 says:

    I can sum up the UN in one word….
    yep worthless !

    Liked by 4 people

  20. Taximom07 says:

    When is the UN going to move their headquarters out of NYC and to some third world country capital such as Mogadishu or Port au Prince? Let all those ‘diplomats ‘ enjoy themselves there!

    Liked by 1 person

  21. History Teaches says:

    These international spotlights are very important for reinforcing the Trump world view. Of course it’s as much about optics and image, but to have an American President go into the international ‘safe space’ and explicitly expose the endemic charade is big.

    It’s more than rhetoric against one or more countries. He has coyly pulled back the curtain a little bit, revealing how the operation itself is corrupt and ineffective.

    When I was younger and more idealistic I toured the U.N. and listened to the lectures and self promotion about how great the institution was. But with the rabid polarization and hatred spewing after the six day Israel/Arab war, my eyes were fully opened. Since then all I’ve seen has made me even more cynical.

    At some point the U.N. has to really reconstruct itself or disband. And get off American soil and stop abusing diplomatic privilege. So hypocritical for all these American hating diplomats who live lives of luxury and privilege in New York with no consequences for personal behavior.

    And by the way Nikki Haley is doing a commendable job in delicate circumstances.

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  22. And if the UN doesn’t behave, he will do this to THEM too….so funny that T45 re-tweeted this!!

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  23. fleporeblog says:

    I think our President put the entire UN on notice with his visit and his words. He ABSOLUTELY expects change. You can tell that the Secretary General understood our President’s expectations clearly. Every single word out of his mouth was towards our President. The fact he admitted that Bureaucracy keeps him up at night tells me that his plan is to “Drain the UN”. He also is telling the rest of the Morons that if we lose the “Cash Cow”, we can pack our bags and head to Siberia.

    Nikki Halley reminded me of kids that have their parent come to speak to their class. She seemed like a 7 year old that had her dad come in and sit right by her side. Mrs. Rubio has really impressed me. However, I won’t ever let down my guard when it comes to her.

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  24. georgiafl says:

    In recent decades, the UN has become an apologist for Islam, ignoring Islam’s human rights abuses and pretend victimhood, while castigating Israel.

    UN troops must also be greatly populated with Islamists because of their reputation for r4pe, assault and predation upon the people they pretend to protect.

    UN has become an enemy of the US State, working against US sovereignty and security.

    The UN wants to spread Islamists by open borders and massive immigration of faux refugees into Western countries and has castigated the US for attempting to stop illegals, limit and vet immigrants.

    It’s time for the UN to reform or remove itself from the USA. Our President has pretty much told the UN exactly that.

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  25. Sunshine says:

    Big U.N. problem: Lack of coordination. The Right-hand doesn’t know what the Left-hand is doing resulting in loads of wasted money.

    A good example would be Haiti reconstruction. Building contractors not knowing the vocation of a building. So, they build it with U.N. money, not knowing its purpose will be for office use. Electricians put in the wiring and sockets for a residential unit. When work is complete, it must be dismantled because of insufficient/inadequate electrical outlets.

    It’s difficult to believe such errors would be accidental.

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  26. chbailey says:

    In recent history, “reform” has been typically used [by communists] as a ruse to usurpation. The idea is to lead a policy of betterment but in fact work a deception over the populous to attain other nefarious goals in secrete. Goals are never stated to the people but are fluid and amorphous. Deception is based on ‘assumption’ and therein lies deceptions’ success.
    So this one here at the UN is a jaw-dropper for me. The word “reform” was used with its intended meaning. Specific errors and abuses that need to be improved, corrected or removed were stated goals.
    Think for a moment that it is possible that UN reforms are realized and corruption is removed…this positioning could suggest a rise of the UN (body of global representation) at the diminution of the EU (body of globalism).

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  27. Voni says:

    As usual I am very proud of our POTUS and his bold agenda and address. BUT I THINK WE should NOT BE IN THE UN. It an organization full of corruption, graft, and tilted towards Marxism.

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  28. Robert W. says:

    We need to get out of the UN all together. We also need to kick the Federal Reserve Bank out of the USA all together as well. With a finger and a toe dipped into these institutions, our entire body( country) will stay infected forever. Just get us out!


  29. cjzak says:

    The UN needs to relocate headquarters somewhere more suited to their agenda. London perhaps. The the USA needs to reduce funding for this anti US organization. How do we do that? Can the Pres. make that decision or do we have to go through Congress? I lost all respect for this organization years ago and I don’t think my respect will ever be back so I would love to see them gone asap. What can they do anyway if the US just tells them to get lost? Raise the rent really high on the property or something, if they are paying any. Maybe that will make them get out of here.

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  30. Economic development plan par excellence: relocate UN HQ to Mogadishu or similar outpost. This will bring much money to the area as diplomats spend on food and lodging, plus think of the tourism dollars from admirers of the UN!

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