UN Ambassador Nikki Haley’s Response to Palestinian Officials is a MIC DROP!

Nikki Haley, as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, does not take easily to criticisms of her office or of the United States. That was a lesson that she administered painfully to the Palestinians leaders and its top negotiator on Tuesday. One of the first rules that they must learn is that telling her to “shut up” is not a career-enhancing move. Our Ambassador made it very clear that on these issues that she and our nation will not just shut up and go away. Here is what the Palestinians cannot handle.

As Written and Reported By Melissa Quinn for the Washington Examiner:

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley issued a sharp response to Palestinians leaders and its top negotiator Tuesday, saying she “will not shut up” after the official made derogatory comments about Haley last month.

Haley addressed the U.N. Security Council during a speech Tuesday, during which she responded to an earlier speech from Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, as well as comments made last month by Saeb Erekat, a Palestinian negotiator.

Erekat said Haley “needs to shut up and realize the Palestinian leadership is not the problem.”

“We welcome you as the leader of the Palestinian people here today,” Haley said of Abbas. “But I will decline the advice I was recently given by your top negotiator, Saeb Erekat. I will not shut up. Rather, I will respectfully speak some hard truths.

“The Palestinian leadership has a choice to make between two different paths. There is the path of absolutist demands, hateful rhetoric, and incitement to violence. That path has led, and will continue to lead, to nothing but hardship for the Palestinian people.”

Haley then reminded the Palestinians of the “path of negotiation and….


Nikki Haley responds to Palestinian officials: ‘I will not shut up’


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