‘Piece of cake’: Obama’s first major speech is a big win for Obama

The President is not just the first in his family to make a major speech at the United Nations, he is the first family to be the first to do so on an international stage.

As President Obama delivered his first major address to the United Nation General Assembly on Monday night, he gave a speech that has become his signature moment.

The first time that a sitting U.S. president has delivered an address at the General Assembly was in 2006 when then-President George W. Bush delivered his speech in New York City.

It was the most watched address ever given at the U.N.

As of the United States, we had a long and distinguished history at the International Olympic Committee, with our medals winning at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, 1948 and 1972.

We have won six gold medals in Rio de Janeiro in the last five years.

And our teams have won at least a bronze medal at every Olympic Games since 1912.

Today, we are honored to join the rest of the world as the first world leaders to deliver an address to an international body.

But what makes this historic moment even more remarkable is that it was the first time the President was able to deliver a speech at an international gathering of the U todays world leaders.

The President is now the only U.F.O. member of the President’s family to ever have done so.

He is the only member of his family who has delivered a major address at an International Meeting of the World’s Heads of State.

His speech was the only major address delivered by the President at the meeting and the only one that he delivered to the world.

His speech was widely applauded and widely seen as an historic moment, especially given the fact that he was the last U.U.N.-member to do this before leaving office in January 2019.

He was also the only President to address the United Arab Emirates during the summit, where the President and President of the UAE have been in diplomatic negotiations to resolve their conflict.

We are proud of the fact, the first president to address an international meeting of the leaders of the nations, that this is the one of the first times that this has been done in a presidential capacity.

The speech was a tremendous moment for the President.

It was a statement of intent, of his vision, and his leadership.

And this was also a moment of humility and a message of hope.

President Trump spoke about the importance of this meeting in his address, which was the speech of a lifetime.

And it was a moment that reflected the strength of our country, our country’s unity, our great pride in the United State, and our determination to work with our partners to achieve peace and stability on the planet.

This is the kind of speech that can win the world over and unite the nations around a common cause.

The next speech by the United states will be a little different.

That is because the President is leaving office and that is the last time that the President has delivered such an address.

The speech that the United countries leaders delivered in Paris a few days ago is a testament to the strength and resolve of our Nation and our people.

The United States will always be remembered as the nation that has put aside its differences and united with our allies to defeat and defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) and to restore security to Iraq and to Syria and to all the other nations that we have come to protect.

The President’s speech today, however, was a great statement of strength for the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Japan, and many other nations around the world, and it was an opportunity for us to build on the progress we have made, to advance our agenda of global peace and security, and to build upon our shared values of freedom and justice and of shared prosperity.

And it is a great tribute to the President that he has chosen to lead this effort with the United Kingdoms.

The King and Queen met and spoke at the White House today and they were pleased to be able to share in the news conference with the President in the Oval Office.

The Queen was very gracious and expressed her appreciation for the fact President Obama was able today to address a major meeting of world leaders in a historic way.

It is an honor to be here with our great leader and leader, and the United nations will always remain the greatest nation on Earth.

The King, and I want to thank him personally for his leadership in this historic effort to unite the world against the common enemy.

It is a momentous occasion.

We are honored and privileged to be in this room with him.

The Queen and the Prime Minister of the Netherlands are here today to welcome President Trump to the Whitehouse and to congratulate him on his victory.

And I want everyone to know that this evening marks a historic moment in our history.

The U.K. has voted to leave the European Union.

This is the moment that marks a significant departure from a history of division that has existed