President Trump on Tuesday criticized the United Nations Human Rights Council, saying that the United States won't rejoin it until he sees "real reform."
At remarks at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, Israeli Prime Minister spoke out about Iran's new leader, President Hassan Rouhani, calling him a danger to the region who cannot be trusted.
Read the full transcript of President Obama's remarks delivered Tuesday before the United Nations General Assembly.
President Obama delivered an address to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday morning, discussing among a list of topics the United States' stance on chemical weapons following the U.N. security council's confirmation of their use in the Syrian conflict. He said that while the world is more stable, dangers remain, adding that extremists are trying to "hijack change" in Syria.
In his address to the UN General Assembly this morning, President Obama declared that he will pursue a "diplomatic path" with Iran over the country's nuclear program. The statement comes as speculation swirls over whether Obama will meet face-to-face with Iranian President Hasan Rouhani.
Ahead of next week’s United Nations General Assembly meeting, Secretary of State John Kerry made remarks on the latest in the Syria crisis.