A tardy Trump throws off the UN’s top event

Trump also blasted Iran as a "corrupt dictatorship" that is plundering its people to pay for aggression overseas, using his speech to the United Nations General Assembly to threaten more sanctions against Tehran. Bolton warned Iran that there would be "hell to pay" if it crossed the US or its allies and partners.

Remaining members in the nuclear deal - the UK, China, France, Germany and Russian Federation - say they will set up a new payment system to maintain business with Iran and bypass United States sanctions. The next round of USA sanctions will kick in in early November, adding to the animosity between Washington and Tehran.

Trump, who begins his political rallies with boasts about his economic record in less than two years in office, used the same rhetoric before the crowd of world leaders and diplomats, telling them he had accomplished more than nearly any previous USA president. "The do not respect their neighbors or borders, or the sovereign rights of nations".

Over the summer, Trump had said he would meet with Rouhani without preconditions to negotiate a new deal, an offer reiterated on Sunday by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and extended to Iran's supreme leader, Ayatollah Khamenei.

President Donald Trump's national security adviser John Bolton went after Iran in a fiery speech on Tuesday.

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USA officials said Trump is not seeking a meeting with him but is not opposed to talking if Iran requests a session. General Assembly, forcing organizers to change the order of speakers.

As assembled global dignitaries started to chuckle, Trump interrupted his prepared remarks and insisted, "So true".

"The murderous regime and its supporters will face significant consequences if they do not change their behavior".

The president, who said he won't meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, withdrew the US from the Obama-era nuclear deal with Iran in May, saying the agreement rewarded Tehran for its bad behavior by lifting economic sanctions.

North Korea: "With support from many countries here today we have engaged with North Korea to replace the specter of conflict with a bold and new push for peace", said Trump.

Some Iranian insiders have said any talks between Rouhani and Trump would effectively kill the existing nuclear accord.

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Trump began his speech to the global body by talking about the "extraordinary progress" made under his administration. Trump's policies have been divisive, to say the least.

Mr Trump's decision to leave the deal not only signal a "violation of policies" issued by his predecessor, but is also "unilateral and illegal", the Iranian leader continued. The United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Qatar are all members of OPEC.

Trump and South Korean President Moon Jae-in, shown after Monday's signing of the U.S. -Korea Free Trade Agreement. Aside from Iran, the other participants are Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the European Union.

The remarks came after Trump tweeted Tuesday morning he had "no plans" to meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani - adding that he believes Rouhani is likely an "absolutely lovely man". "They're an infringement on the people themselves", Bolton said on Monday.

Rouhani, however, also called for dialogue, saying it can begin with the U.S. coming "back to the negotiating table" that it walked away from, and with ending threats and "unjust sanctions that negate the principles of ethics and global law".

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Giuliani has made similar comments before on Iran and the State Department has said he does not speak for the administration. It is, however, highly unlikely the Guards will strike any of its foes directly and risk setting off a regional conflict.

But Rouhani noted that Iranians has endured sanctions before and "can overcome this hard phase as well".

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