This September, President Trump will once again address world leaders at the annual United Nations General Assembly. The president has previously used the opportunity to call out foreign heads of state for human rights abuses, although not explicitly on religious freedom.
Under Trump's leadership, the United States has already distinguished itself as a global leader on this issue, hosting unprecedented events like the first and second annual gatherings of the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom. President Trump can continue to carve out a special leadership role on this distinctively American issue by giving the leaders gathered at the UN next month a wake-up call on the current worldwide crisis of religious freedom. Here are four ways he can do so.