Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton joined Bill Hemmer on America's Newsroom this morning to react to President Obama's address to the U.N., which Bolton called "stunningly abstract and ethereal."

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Bolton said that Obama didn't spend much of the speech actually dealing with reality, pointing to the president's lengthy discussion of the sources of Islamic extremism.

"What was stunning was that having laid out the problem his recommendation was that the solution to Islamic was negotiation and understanding and generational change," Bolton said.

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As for the threat of ISIS, which was thought to be a focus of this speech, Bolton noted that the president spent a relatively brief amount of time discussing the terror group.

"He believes in international institutions as the main bastion of American security. He doesn't believe in American strength. He believes in the United Nations. And I think that's what we're going to see for the next two years."

Watch the clip from America's Newsroom above.

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