Brett Schaefer

Heritage Foundation

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Brett Schaefer is senior research fellow at the conservative Heritage Foundation.

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As other world leaders took their turns today, President Trump made  his first address  to the UN General Assembly.

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As other world leaders took their turns today, President Trump made his first address to the UN General Assembly.

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