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When you discount the rhetorical overkill, the most surprising thing about President Donald Trump's address to the United Nations Tuesday was how conventional it was.The speech was reportedly written by Stephen Miller, aka Darth Vader among many in the mainstream media, but this seemed to be Miller 2.0, and perhaps the language left his now-deposed mentor Steve Bannon gnashing his teeth: What happened to the insurgent populist Trump who talked a year ago as if he wanted to topple the global order? Tuesday, Trump seemed instead to embrace an updated version of it.Trump was something of an interventionist in his remarks.After a miserable nine months, Trump is sick of losing.If Trump is going to deal successfully with North Korea, he'll truly have to think outside the box.And most of all, Trump needs to bring America with him in making a reformed United Nations a place that actually solves problems. OK, Mr. President, let's see what you've got.
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