Stage Set For U.S., Iran Showdown At UN General Assembly By Investing.com

By Jesse Cohen
Investing.com – U.S. President is expected to keep up the pressure on Iran when he addresses the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday.
Trump’s speech is scheduled for the morning session, although an exact time has not yet been determined.
It will be Trump’s third appearance before world leaders gathered in the green-marbled U.N. chamber in New York.
Tehran has been widely blamed for attacks on Saudi oil facilities on Sept. 14 that rattled the Middle East and raised concerns about a broader war.
Over the past week, Trump has tightened economic sanctions on Iran and ordered more U.S. troops to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in a show of support for key allies in the tense region.
“We have a lot of pressure on them, more pressure than they’ve ever had,” he told reporters on Monday.

Iranian President will also be in attendance. Rouhani is to address the body on Wednesday.

There has been plenty of speculation about a but nothing firm has yet emerged.
“We’ll see what happens,” Trump told reporters when asked about the possibility of meeting Rouhani.
While dipped on Tuesday, they remained at comparatively elevated levels for the year in the wake of the mid-month attack on Saudi Arabia’s largest oil processing facility that halved output at the world’s top oil exporter.
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— Reuters contributed to this report

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