Nikki Haley to the United Nations “You’re Not The Boss of the U.S.”

In an address to the United Nations, United States Ambassador Nikki Haley told the assembly effectively that there is a new Sheriff in town. Not only that, she told them that the American People had elected him their leader.

If they are confused and thought that they could brow-beat us over the Cuban embargo, they just found out how wrong they are. Here is what she said and why she said it.

As Written By FRANCO ORDOÑEZ for McClatchy DC:

Ambassador Nikki Haley blasted the United Nations Wednesday in a defiant speech to the 193-member General Assembly before it adopted a resolution calling for an end to the U.S. economic embargo on Cuba.

Haley called the long-standing debate “political theater.”

“Let’s be honest about what we really see going on here,” Haley said. “This assembly does not have the power to end the U.S. embargo. It is based in U.S. law, which only the United States Congress can change.”

The United States voted Wednesday against the U.N. resolution condemning the American trade embargo against Cuba after abstaining last year, during the administration of Barack Obama, for the first time in 25 years.

The vote served as just the latest sign of a renewed chill between Washington and Havana since a string of bizarre sonic attacks against American diplomats in Cuba. Earlier this month, President Donald Trump’s administration kicked nearly two-thirds of Cuba’s embassy personnel out of the United States after pulling many U.S. diplomats from the American embassy in Havana out of concern for their health and safety.

While the State Department has not accused Cuba of being behind the incidents, many Latin America experts and Cuban-American officials in government see no way that the government in Havana is not at least complicit. In any event, U.S. officials say Havana is responsible for the …..


Nikki Haley tells United Nations: You’re not the boss of U.S. | McClatchy Washington Bureau

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