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United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, gave yet another show-stopping performance in front of the U.N. General Assembly on Thursday, excoriating the worldwide body for opposing the U.S.’ support of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, and alerting that member nations who vote to ignore the United States’ embassy relocation could lose American financial backing.

“The United States is, without a doubt, the single largest factor to the United Nations and its agencies,” she mentioned. “When we make generous contributions to the U.N., we also have a genuine expectation that our goodwill is acknowledged and respected, Haley said, reminding the U.N. that the U.S. supplies billions in help to the General Assembly’s member nations.

“When a country is singled out for attack in this company, that nation is disrespected. Exactly what’s more, that nation is asked to spend for the privilege of being disrespected. In the case of the United States, we are asked to pay more than anybody else for that suspicious privilege,” she continued.

She concluded her remarks by advising member countries that, when they are requirement, they constantly call upon the United States for aid, but if the United States is not getting respect as a return on their financial investment, that might not always hold true.

“This vote will be kept in mind,” she said. “We will keep in mind when we are gotten in touch with as soon as again to make the world’s biggest contribution to the United Nations. And we will remember it when a lot of countries come calling on us as they so typically do to pay much more and to utilize our influence for their benefit.”

Ambassaddor Nikki Haley has actually proven herself a force to be reckoned with, and her take-no-prisoners approach to both the United Country’s General Assembly and its Security Council has actually flourished amongst Americans who highly agree with the president and his administration that the United States ought to get a fair take for its international cooperation.

On Wednesday, President Trump himself echoed Haley’s method, stating he ‘d reevaluate funding to any country that actively works to restrict the United States from moving its embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv.

“Let them vote versus us. We’ll conserve a lot. We don’t care,” he told reporters.

On Thursday, Haley even restated that no vote of the United Nations would stop the United States, regardless. “America will put our embassy in Jerusalem. That is exactly what the American people want us to do, and it is the right thing to do.”