Friday, September 21, 2012

Obama to Speak at UN General Assembly Sept. 25

Update Sept. 25, the speech is here. 

Update Sept. 24, a preview of Obama's speech:

Obama is expected to talk about the unrest in the Muslim world.
The 67th regular session of the United Nations General Assembly officially opened on Tuesday, and an estimated 123 world leaders are to descend on U.N. Headquarters before the General Debate kicks off on Tuesday.

President Obama will spell out the United States' General Assembly priorities in opening remarks on Tuesday, and an early highlight for the American audience will come in looking at the differences between his remarks and almost-simultaneous remarks by Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, who will speak at the Clinton Global Initiative, which is also in New York. CBS
Read Obama's speech from last year's UN General Assembly.