The President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, on Tuesday morning, took to Twitter to address the health status of his opponent, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
In a tweet, Trump said that he will use his Presidency to put her in a state of a coma.
Trump said he will begin with a speech that he is giving at the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
I have a speech coming up on Wednesday, January 10, at which I will address the plight of the people of the world.
The President of America, @realDonaldTrump, on Wednesday at 11:45 am: #UNGA speech will be coming up tomorrow at 11 am.
I will begin speaking at the UNGA on Wednesday.
I am taking some time off the campaign trail.
#ImWithHer #ImTogether #ImForHer — Donald J Trump (@realDonaldTrump) January 10 of next yearThe President has been in a medically induced coma since March 1, 2016.
In his Twitter message, the President said he had a speech scheduled for Wednesday.
He said he is going to speak to the United Nation’s General Assembly on Wednesday and “I will be giving my speech to the UN General Assembly.”
He also called Clinton’s “debacle” “one of the greatest challenges” to his presidency.
I said that during the primary, I said she was a fraud, a con artist and a fraudster.
And I will not allow that to happen again.
The UN General Association will hold a special session in New Zealand, in New New Zealand at the end of January, which will discuss how to respond to the crises that face the world, the president said.
He added that the United Kingdom and the European Union will also hold their own emergency meetings at the beginning of January.
In an address to the nation on Tuesday, Trump pledged that he would be working to bring America’s economy back to “peak” and that he wants to see America again in the top three in the world for gross domestic product and the best jobs numbers in the future.
Trump also said he wants Americans to stop waiting for the United Nations’ “tough decisions,” and said he believes it is important that Americans “keep their promises.”
“We have to keep our promises, but we also have to have tough decisions to make,” Trump said.
“We are not going to make a mistake, we are going to get through this.
It is going a very, very tough process.
We have a very tough task ahead of us, and I want to give you a great start.”
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