- US president says he held back military aid from Ukraine because he felt that allies should contribute more
- Live updates from the UN general assembly in New York
Joe Biden is now expected to make a statement about Trump allegedly pressuring the Ukrainian president to investigate him at 2 p.m. EST.
Joe Biden expected to deliver a new on-camera statement on Ukraine & Trump at 2pmET today, per @mikememoli
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Trump has just wrapped up his speech to the UN General Assembly, which lasted about 37 minutes and covered a wide variety of topics.
The president did not shy away from criticizing foreign adversaries, including China and Iran, and touted his administration’s policies on issues like trade and immigration.