What Donald Trump’s farewell speech meant for the future of the US economy

President Donald Trump has just given his final farewell address at the United Nations.

It was a major speech that touched on a wide range of topics, including global trade and the economy, and he delivered it at the same time that his team was preparing to exit the White House.

As the clock ticked down to the start of the address, Trump delivered a strong and concise statement that will stand out as a significant departure from the more usual and much more emotional speeches that he has delivered during his presidency.

Trump, who has been in office for less than three months, has often talked about a change in his thinking about America.

Now, it seems that he is turning that into reality.

Trump’s speech to the United Nation is being hailed as a big deal and he’s not the first president to deliver it.

But, like his other farewell speeches, it is more of a personal one.

The speech itself was largely devoid of policy specifics and it focused mainly on Trump’s priorities as president.

There were, however, some moments that touched the heart of the nation, including when Trump told the audience that “we are in the midst of a historic moment.”

Trump said that the United States is now at a critical time in history.

“The United States of America is once again a beacon to the world, a beacon of hope, a shining example of American leadership and a shining symbol of what the United Kingdom is all about.

This moment is unprecedented.

This is our time.

And the United