It takes strength to tell the world the truth about the Middle East. And that is why President Trump’s Middle East speech at the UN was so important.

President Trump

People can say a lot of things about President Trump. Everyone has their opinions. But one thing if for sure: Donald Trump is honest and isn’t afraid to say the truth. He won’t “beat around the bush.” Trump will tell the world what should and should not be. In today’s world, it is so vital to have a president who is straightforward, strong, and is not afraid of public opinion.

And once you have a president like that, he will make powerful speeches.

Trump’s recent Middle East speech

Recently, President Trump gave a speech at the United Nations General Assembly regarding the situation in the Middle East. In the past, leaders who were not as strong were afraid to address the real issues. They were afraid to speak the truth – or they were just oblivious. Whatever the reasons, naming the obvious evil in the world was just not done. And finally, that silence is being broken.  It may be sad to admit – but this is a major change for the leadership of the United States of America.

Iran’s “Brutal Regime”

Iran is corrupt. They are a terrorist regime, and their mission is to destroy. That is why Trump withdrew the United States from the deal with Iran. Iran is ruining the lives of its own people as well as its neighboring countries. The Iranian regime’s agenda involves building a nuclear weapon. They do not want peace – they want blood and war. President Trump addressed the true goals of the dictatorship.

And it sounds good to hear something so strong and clear. It sounds good to finally hear a president standing up to the evil in the world.

As Trump said, “We cannot allow the world’s leading sponsor of terrorism to possess the planet’s most dangerous weapons. We cannot allow a regime that chants ‘Death to America’ and that threatens Israel with annihilation to possess the means to deliver a nuclear warhead to any city on Earth.”

Well said, President Trump.