Is Trump Flirting With A Palace Coup?

UNITED NATIONS -- Forget Davos. Forget Twitter and Facebook making news events go viral.

The annual September gathering of world leaders in Manhattan's Turtle Bay, known as the United Nations General Assembly, or UNGA to insiders, has been grabbing worldwide headlines and stalling midtown New York traffic since then-Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev yanked off a shoe to pound a desk in protest in 1960. In an effort to bring order at the time, the Irish president of the General Assembly banged his gavel so hard it broke.

>Nikita Khrushchev on Face the Nation in 1957
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