Nikki Haley blasts UN report on poverty in America as “misleading and politically motivated”

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EXCLUSIVE: A United Nations report criticized the U.S. government on the poverty in America is “misleading and politically motivated,” the U.S. Ambassador to the U. N. Nikki Haley.

“It is clear to check ridiculous for the United Nations, poverty in America,” Haley wrote in letters to Sens. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., and Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. “There is no question that poverty in America remains a serious Problem, but nobody is doing something good to be inaccurate, the prevalence or causes to describe.”

Sanders and Warren were among the 20 Democrats in Congress, wrote to Haley last week, the trump management was criticized for the results.

In December, Philip Alston, the United Nations special Rapporteur on extreme poverty and human rights, gave the report following visits in California, Alabama, Georgia, Puerto Rico, West Virginia and Washington, DC said, citing the Republican tax overhaul, Alston, his visit coincided “with a dramatic change of direction in US policy in relation to inequality and extreme poverty.”

To recognize”, instead, its founders are admirable commitments, the United States proved to be exceptional in a much more problematic way, the shockingly at odds with his immense wealth and his founding commitment to human rights”, Alston report. “As a result, the contrast between private wealth and public squalor in abundance.”

Alston’s report cited high infant mortality rates, income inequality, incarceration, and obesity.

“It is our sincerest hope that you will relay the results of this UN report to President Trump, and that this government will take measures to reduce poverty and to maintaining our international human rights obligations under the contract,” the Democrats in Congress wrote.

In their letter to Haley, you are also asked to identify the administrative, health care as a human right address the lack of access to banking services, and to improve, the internet, and access to means of transport, especially in rural communities.

However, the U. N. report is based in part on Census Bureau data, by 2016, in front of the Trump administration.


Haley, who also stressed that the current government, the issue by focusing on jobs.

“Poverty is a theme that Trump administration takes very seriously,” Haley responded. However, she said, “While there are many dimensions of poverty, the management of the parent view, that the best way to help people out of poverty is to help you to get a job. The dignity is in the work, and is able to empower yourself and the family, both economically and mentally.”

Haley also noted Alston’s reports are not supported by the U. N. as a whole.

Rich Edson is a Washington correspondent for Fox News Channel. He previously served as Fox Business Network’s Washington correspondent.

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