Kellyanne Conway reassured those worried that President Trump might be reconsidering on the border wall with Mexico and other issues.

The president's stance on building the wall has never faltered, the counselor to the president said.

President Trump will deliver a speech to the United Nations in Manhattan on Tuesday on North Korea, Iran, and other hot button issues.

"In terms of the UN, some look at it as a lethargic institution that's not really responsive to the concerns that a U.S. president would put forth," Conway told "Fox & Friends."

Trump has called for the U.S. to cut its taxpayer funding of the UN, slamming its “the utter weakness and incompetence" and calling it “a club for people to get together, talk and have a good time.”

Conway also refuted reports that Trump was considering accepting the terms of the Paris climate accord, saying she had not heard of any new terms that would be acceptable to the U.S.

"Everybody who's trying to dissect a word here diagram a sentence, conjugate a word should really understand that President Trump is keeping his campaign promises and making good on the vision that he put forth for America," she concluded.

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