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UN votes to condemn the US decision on Jerusalem
The former U.S. Ambassador to the U. N. John Negroponte reacted to the voice.
US Ambassador sent to the United Nations Nikki Haley, an invitation to denounce on Thursday on the 65 countries that vote against the United States in the U. N. General Assembly votes, President Trump the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
The invitation to the Jan. 3 reception marked a symbolic step, the United States does not support the country and who is not.
Haley’s E-Mail invitation, which was obtained by Fox News, and calls upon the States that voted no, abstained from voting or no-voting “to a reception to thank them for their friendship to the United States.”
Haley’s E-Mail invitation (image), asks the Nations aligned with the United States or of the voice “to a reception containing, to thank you for your friendship to the United States.”
The General Assembly voted 128-9, with 35 abstentions, in favor to declare the trump card, the recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel “null and void.” 21 countries were absent during the vote.
Earlier Thursday, Haley, who has adopted an aggressive stance in the world body, the US priorities, took to Twitter to voice their appreciation for the countries that vote against the United States “not to fall to the irresponsible types in the @UN.”
“The trump-administrative use must be regarded as a support to the financing of the U. N. system in General,” the former U.S. Ambassador to the U. N., John Bolton, said on Fox News’ “The Story” on Thursday evening.
On Wednesday, the Trump, the UN linked the vote on the future of aid from the United States in foreign countries, telling reporters: “Let them vote against us. We will save a lot of. We don’t care.”
Haley added that the United States would be “taking names.”
Fox News’ Ben Evansky and The Associated Press contributed to this report.