President Donald Trump hailed his administration's work but warned that some nations are sowing "death and destruction" in his second address before the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday.
Trump stood before the leaders and representatives of countries around the world on in New York and talked about the common dreams and desires that unite nations, as well as the importance of respecting each other's independence.
He talked about progress toward peace that has been made with some historically hostile nations, such as North Korea. He also warned that some, such as the Iranian regime, are sowing "chaos, death and destruction."
Here are four main points that the U.S. president addressed in his speech: