Donald Trump Calls The UN ‘Sad’

TEL AVIV – Three days after the UN Security Council passed an anti-Israel resolution, President-elect Donald Trump took to Twitter to declare the international institution “sad” and “just a club for people to get together, talk and have a good time.”

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has also been heavily critical of the UN, saying on Saturday that Israel will re-assess its UN ties after the approval of a Security Council resolution demanding an end to Israeli construction in the West Bank and eastern Jerusalem.

The text of the resolution repeatedly and wrongly refers to the West Bank and eastern sections of Jerusalem as “Palestinian territory occupied since 1967.”  The Western Wall and Temple Mount plaza are located in eastern Jerusalem. In actuality, the Palestinians never had a state in either the West Bank or eastern Jerusalem and they are not legally recognized as the undisputed authority in those areas.

Jordan occupied and annexed the West Bank and eastern Jerusalem from 1948 until Israel captured the lands in a defensive war in 1967 after Arab countries used the territories to launch attacks against the Jewish state.  In 1988 Jordan officially renounced its claims to the West Bank and eastern Jerusalem.


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  1. Howleyesque says:

    Sadder STILL is the fact that it EXISTS on OUR MONEY! DEFUND that MOSLEM hate machine! But DO NOT LEAVE IT! As long as we ARE there we DO have the ability to veto it’s agenda. The PROBLEM this time is that the MOSLEM TRAITOR in the White House DIDN’T USE IT!

  2. James in Texas says:

    The UN is not sad, sad is an emotion and the UN is just a corrupt and dirty agency! This organization is nothing less than a “Criminal Enterprise” doing the work of bringing all of the nations of this world under “One-World Government’ otherwise know as Communism. Think of Hitler, Stalin and Mao and then you will know what they are working for, them as “elites” and all of the rest as “Comrades in the Gulag”!

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