Dr. Sebastian Gorka, former deputy assistant to President Donald Trump, said Trump "knocked it out of the ballpark" with his address before the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday.
In particular, he praised the president's tough talk on North Korea and the rogue nation's persistent threats toward the U.S.
Trump vowed to “totally destroy” North Korea if it attacks the U.S. or its allies.
"At the end of the day, if somebody's holding a loaded gun to your head, then words are not enough," Gorka said, adding that it was great to see that "anti-MAGA forces in the White House" weren't able to edit or soften the president's speech.
"The fact is, we have people in the West Wing right now who not only would have been at home in a Hillary Clinton White House, they would have been cabinet members. And that's a problem," Gorka said. "Right now, the president is surrounded by a lot of people who wouldn't know MAGA from a hole in the ground."
Gorka, who resigned from the White House last month, said he will continue to promote Trump's "Make America Great Again" agenda from outside.
"November the 8th's message must be implemented," he said.
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