President-Elect Donald Trump is not going to abandon our allies in favor of politically correct United Nations’ dictates!
Liberals immediately began bashing President-Elect Trump’s now viral tweet about the U.N. being nothing more than a “club” which has not lived up to its potential. The only good they can point to which has come out of the billions of American taxpayer dollars hosting the United Nation costs, is the overseas charitable works conducted by the international organization.
The United Nations has such great potential but right now it is just a club for people to get together, talk and have a good time. So sad!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 26, 2016
On January 20, Israel will once again feel like they are working with a true ally and old friend when calling the Oval Office. Donald Trump has promised to move the United States embassy in the country from Tel Avid to Jerusalem. Trump is also expected to be a supporter of a $38 billion military aid package to Israel.
If Senator Ted Cruz and Lindsey Graham get their way, all taxpayer funds to the U.N. will cease until the distinctly anti-Israel resolution is revoked. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was vowed to ignore the mandate by the United Nations Security Council to stop building settlements in the land the Palestinians want to claim.
Prime Minister Netanyahu has condemned the Barack Obama administration as “shameful” for not instructing our ambassador to use the power of the veto to stop the anti-Israel resolution. United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Samantha Power, abstained from the vote under orders from Obama.
Netanyahu held conversations with ten nations who voted for the resolution after the measure passed. The Israeli Prime Minister referred to the actions by Obama prior to the vote as an “ambush.”
“From the information that we have, we have no doubt that the Obama administration initiated it, stood behind it, coordinated on the wording and demanded that it be passed,” Netanyahu, according to a Daily Caller report. The White House claims nothing of the sort happened, but did admit to instructing Power to abstain from the vote – which left Israel without a single ally during the vote.
Netanyahu is rallying the support of his citizens to give voice to the intense angst over the United Nations Security Council resolution. The Israeli Prime Minister reportedly believes, and rightly so, the vote was tantamount to a challenge on the nation’s sovereignty throughout Jerusalem.
After the United Nations vote Benjamin Netanyahu called its United Nations ambassador, Daniel Shapiro, home to Israel. An Israeli newspaper, Haaretz, deemed the recall, which most likely involved a private chat, a “most unusual step.”
The United Nations resolution passed by a 14 to zero margin, with the American ambassador abstaining. The United States has previously used its veto power to protect Israel from attacks by other Middle East nations and Liberal foreign leaders who support a “two state” solution in Jerusalem.
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