Trump denounced the «rogue regimes» and «authoritarian country»

© REUTERS / Kevin LamarqueПрезидент USA Donald trump speaks at the 72nd session of the UN General Assembly, new York. 19 September 2016Trump denounced the «rogue regimes» and «authoritarian country»© REUTERS / Kevin Lamarque

The President of the United States Donald trump in his speech to the UN denounced the «rogue regimes that support terrorism» and «authoritarian countries that are trying to bring down the alliances that support the world.»

«Every day brings news of the growing threat of terrorism, which threatens all that we honor and appreciate. Terrorists and extremists are amplified and distributed in all regions of the planet,» said trump, speaking at the 72nd UN General Assembly in new York.

According to him, some «rogue regimes» in the world not only support terrorism, but to «threaten other Nations and their people are the most destructive weapons known to mankind».

«Authoritarians are trying to bring down the Alliance, which warned the conflict and the desire for freedom since the Second world war», — he added.