Biden says U.S. "ready to work" with nations to solve problems in U.N. speech
In his first address to the UN General Assembly, President Biden spoke of his plans to lead the US into a new era of diplomacy and away from military power. He reiterated that the US would not turn inward despite the troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, and also urged a diplomatic reset after four years of the Trump administration's "America First" policy. CBS News’s Michael George covers the president’s speech from New York, and CBS News’s chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes discussed key findings with CBSN’s Tanya Rivero.
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