By President Donald Trump's standards, and especially after his off-script insults to North Korean leader Kim Jong Un last year, his speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday was restrained.
And yet, it still brought a gift to his critics, raised eyebrows as he took a dig at US ally Germany, espoused a narrow, exclusionary nationalism, and left key allies divided as he outlined the United States' position on Iran.
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