PRICELESS! Haley Destroys UN Member Who Claims Trump’s Aid Cut Is Immoral – Sends Blistering Response

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Nikki Haley has been doing a remarkable job at the United Nations. She has been increasing the presence and role of the United States while holding others accountable for taking advantage of the United States generosity in the past. Draining the swamp is not the only thing happening in Washington, D.C. it is happening in New York City now too.

When recent reports came out that a United Nations member was talking trash about the ambassador as well as the United States she did not take too kindly to them. And she fought back as a result. The Every Day Conservative reported,

“And who better to bring the president’s message in support of our ally Israel then our own U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley, who took to the podium inside the emergency called assembly, and forcefully delivered America’s response to those member nations aligned against the United States, warning them; “This vote will make a difference on how Americans look at the U.N. And on how we look at countries who disrespect us in the U.N. And this vote will be remembered.”

The threat by the U.S. Ambassador was measured and without any drama, however unmistakably clear, that this president will hold each and every negative vote cast by a member nation against the United States accountable. However speaking on a condition of anonymity, a Muslim diplomat told a Reuters reporter, “States resort to such blatant bullying only when they know they do not have a moral or legal argument to convince others.”

Haley didn’t hesitate to fire back: Haley shared Trump’s attitude on the matter. Trump knows who is holding all the cards and America finally has a leader strong enough to stand up for our nation: Haley made it clear before Thursday’s vote that the United States was “singled out for attack” because President Trump followed through on his commitment to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, as prescribed by American law.

“The United States will remember this day in which it was singled out for attack in the General Assembly for the very act of exercising our right as a sovereign nation,” Haley told the 193-member General Assembly. She continued: “We will remember it when we are called upon to once again make the world’s largest contribution to the United Nations, and so many countries come calling on us, as they so often do, to pay even more and to use our influence for their benefit.””

I don’t think Nikki Haley is too worried what people are going to think of her as a result. As the leader for the United States with the United Nations, she gets to work on partisan but mostly bipartisan issues concerning human rights. Which shows in the support that she gets. A new Quinnipiac University poll found that she had a 63% approval rating with American voters whereas President Trump had a 39% approval rating.

The Jerusalem Post reported,

“Haley’s approval reached across the divide as 75% of Republicans, 55% of Democrats and 63% of Independents responded in support of the former South Carolina governor. By comparison, self-identified Democrats responded to the poll in similar support of the Democratic leadership, at 56% for Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and 55% for House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA). Overall, Schumer polled at 34% while Pelosi received a 30% approval rating. Schumer is one of 30 Jewish members of Congress.

Haley, seen as a steadying influence in an often tumultuous Trump administration, was an immediate shift in US involvement at the UN, opining that the body unfairly singles out Israel in its criticism. “The council must end its practice of wrongly singling out Israel for criticism,” Haley wrote in a June 2nd op-ed for The Washington Post. “When the council passes more than 70 resolutions against Israel, a country with a strong human rights record, and just seven resolutions against Iran, a country with an abysmal human rights record, you know something is seriously wrong.”

In a September op-ed for The Jerusalem Post, she said it is time for UNIFIL, the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon, to confront Hezbollah in Lebanon and outlined changes the US helped implement “which will help disrupt Hezbollah’s illegal activity.” She has also taken a hard-line stance against Russia for its attempts to sabotage US elections, and the Syrian regime for its brutalities in the Syrian Civil War.

“The United States is locked and loaded,” Haley told the UN Security Council chamber after Syrian President Bashar Assad allegedly used chemical weapons against Syrian rebels in April. “When our president draws a red line, our president enforces a red line.” Last June, she embarked on a three-day visit to Israel, where she toured Gaza border communities, Hamas terror tunnels and IDF field hospitals treating Syrian refugees as part of “Operation Good Neighbor.”

At the AIPAC Policy Conference in Washington in March, she received repeated standing ovations during her address. She spoke of the UN discouraging peace between Israelis and Palestinians by perpetuating an “illusion” that the existence of the Jewish state has caused the region’s conflicts and said she hoped to attend the opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem in May. “Like most Americans, I knew what the capital of Israel was,” she said. “To be more clear, I knew that Jerusalem was, is and will always be the capital of Israel.””

Haley has done a remarkable job at re-cementing the United States as a powerhouse in international politics. Moreover, in ensuring that the United States is not taken advantage of politically or economically in our generosity for others. Something that has been a key argument of the Trump administration.

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Nikki Haley’s Outburst at UN Being Described as ‘Biblical’

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There can be no doubt that President Trump appointed the right person to be our ambassador to the United Nations.

That organization has for decades shirked its founding mission to lead the world toward peace and equality, and has instead become a den of thieves and liars.

You gotta send somebody who’s tough as nails in there if you don’t want America to get walked all over (like it was under Obama).

Short of visiting the UN Headquarters every week himself, Trump determined it best to send former governor of South Carolina, Nikki Haley.

And boy, she has NOT disappointed.

In fact, her exchange with belligerent Palestinian officials last week is being described as nothing short of “biblical.”

Via Breaking Israel News:

US Ambassador to the United Nations (UN), Nikki Haley told Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday that his leadership must choose between a path of absolutist demands, hateful rhetoric, and incitement to violence and another path of negotiation and compromise.

“There’s the path of absolutist demands, hateful rhetoric, and incitement to violence,” she said at a UN Security Council briefing. “That path has led and will continue to lead to nothing but hardship for the Palestinian people.”

“There’s the path of negotiation and compromise,” she continued. “History has shown that path to be successful for Egypt and Jordan, including the transfer of territory. That path remains open to the Palestinian leadership if only it is courageous enough to take it.”

Haley, who is a devout Bible-believing Christian, was echoing Deuteronomy 11:26, in which Israel is presented with a choice between blessing and curse.

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Nikki Haley’s Outburst at UN Being Described as ‘Biblical’

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There can be no doubt that President Trump appointed the right person to be our ambassador to the United Nations.

That organization has for decades shirked its founding mission to lead the world toward peace and equality, and has instead become a den of thieves and liars.

You gotta send somebody who’s tough as nails in there if you don’t want America to get walked all over (like it was under Obama).

Short of visiting the UN Headquarters every week himself, Trump determined it best to send former governor of South Carolina, Nikki Haley.

And boy, she has NOT disappointed.

In fact, her exchange with belligerent Palestinian officials last week is being described as nothing short of “biblical.”

Via Breaking Israel News:

US Ambassador to the United Nations (UN), Nikki Haley told Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas on Tuesday that his leadership must choose between a path of absolutist demands, hateful rhetoric, and incitement to violence and another path of negotiation and compromise.

“There’s the path of absolutist demands, hateful rhetoric, and incitement to violence,” she said at a UN Security Council briefing. “That path has led and will continue to lead to nothing but hardship for the Palestinian people.”

“There’s the path of negotiation and compromise,” she continued. “History has shown that path to be successful for Egypt and Jordan, including the transfer of territory. That path remains open to the Palestinian leadership if only it is courageous enough to take it.”

Haley, who is a devout Bible-believing Christian, was echoing Deuteronomy 11:26, in which Israel is presented with a choice between blessing and curse.

Source:conservativepost.com

UN votes 14-1 to NULLIFY Trump’s jerusalem decision,Than NIKKI HALEY shows them who’s boss

A UN security council resolution calling for the withdrawal of Donald Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital has been backed by every council member except the US, which used its veto.

The unanimity of the rest of the council was a stark rebuke to the Trump administration over its unilateral move earlier this month, which upended decades of international consensus.

The Egyptian-drafted resolution did not specifically mention the US or Trump but expressed “deep regret at recent decisions concerning the status of Jerusalem”.

A spokesman for the Palestinian president, Mahmoud Abbas, responded to the veto by saying it was “unacceptable and threatens the stability of the international community because it disrespects it”.

The UK and France had indicated in advance that they would would back the text, which demanded that all countries comply with pre-existing UN security council resolutions on Jerusalem, dating back to 1967, including requirements that the city’s final status be decided in direct negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians.

The resolution was denounced in furious language by the US ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, who described it as “an insult” that would not be forgotten. “The United States will not be told by any country where we can put our embassy,” she said.

“It’s scandalous to say we are putting back peace efforts,” she added. “The fact that this veto is being done in defence of American sovereignty and in defence of America’s role in the Middle East peace process is not a source of embarrassment for us; it should be an embarrassment to the remainder of the security council.”

The Israeli prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, tweeted: “Thank you, Ambassador Haley. On Hanukkah, you spoke like a Maccabi. You lit a candle of truth. You dispel the darkness. One defeated the many. Truth defeated lies. Thank you, President Trump.”The tabling of the resolution followed a weekend of negotiations aimed at securing the widest consensus possible on the issue. The vote has underlined once again the widespread international opposition to the US move, even among some of its closest allies.

It came ahead of a planned trip by the US vice-president, Mike Pence, to Jerusalem on Wednesday that was set to take place amid a deep rupture in US-Palestinian relations.

However, Pence announced on Monday night that he was postponing the trip until February, citing the imminent congressional votes on tax reform, set to take place in the House and Senate starting on Tuesday. “The vice-president is committed to seeing the tax cut through to the finish line,” his spokeswoman said.

Abbas’s Fatah party has called for a day of demonstrations in the occupied Palestinian territories to coincide with the Pence trip.

Palestinian officials had warned that in the event of a US veto on the security council, they would also seek a resolution at the general assembly.

The push for a vote – which came in the knowledge that the US would use its veto – followed Trump’s decision to overturn decades of policy by declaring that the US recognises Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and that he plans to move its embassy there.

 

Speaking before the vote, the UK’s ambassador to the UN, Matthew Rycroft, said the text was in line with London’s position on Jerusalem as an issue that must be resolved through negotiations.

In an apparent rejection of the authority of the security council, Israel’s ambassador to the UN, Danny Dann, said before the vote: “Members of the council can vote again and again – a hundred more times. It won’t change the simple fact that Jerusalem is, has been, and always will be the capital of Israel.”

In the immediate aftermath of the US veto, Abbas announced that the Palestinian leadership would move to seek full membership of the United Nations, and try to raise the issue at an emergency meeting of the UN general assembly.

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Palestine was admitted to the UN under the same observer status as the Vatican, but the road to full state membership is more complicated than persuading 14 security council members to back existing resolutions on the status of Jerusalem.

While Palestinians would probably get sufficient votes in the UN general assembly, it would first need to secure nine affirmative votes in the security council for the recommendation, with no vetoes.

The Palestinians and their supporters in the UN appear to be attempting to force the Trump administration into using its veto in ways that isolate both Israel and the US, in the hope of drawing in wider international mediation of the peace process.

“It’s a diplomatic battle we are fighting,” one official told the Guardian. “And so far we are having results. It is clear to us that the United States cannot be a mediator and we need international

Abbas is expected to visit Saudi Arabia and France this week to rally support.

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