'Best speech ever': Fox News pundits lavish praise on Trump for 'reading slowly' at the United Nations
K.T. McFarland appears on Fox News (screen grab)

Pundits on Fox News reacted to Donald Trump's speech to the United Nations by lavishing praise on the U.S. president.


In a subdued speech to the U.N. General Assembly, Trump said that nationalism and patriotism are the solution to the world's problems. He also doubled down on his decision to back out of the Iranian nuclear deal.

"His best speech ever," commentator K.T. McFarland opined. "Look at the body language. He was confident. He was reading slowly. He didn't repeat himself a bunch of times, which he has always done in the past."

"How many times did he talk about himself? I never counted one," she continued. "He was talking about the country. He was talking about the things he wanted Americans to accomplish."

McFarland said that Trump offered the "best description he has ever given of what make America great again means and what America first means."

Fox News host Dana Perino agreed with McFarland.

"It’s very interesting your observation, K.T., he didn’t use the word 'I,'" she stated. "I remember being here a few years ago when we counted the Is, it was very different."

In fact, Trump reportedly used the word "I" more than 20 times in his Tuesday speech to the General Assembly.

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