U.N. Ambassador To Spend Most Of Christmas “Taking Names” Of Countries Denouncing U.S.
(New York) American Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley will spend most of her Christmas holiday writing down the names of all the countries that denounced President Trump’s plan to move the U.S. embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.
Haley announced the U.S. would be “taking names” of countries that chose to defy it, challenging them to stick with the U.S. despite the decision’s unpopularity worldwide. 128 countries voted to denounce Trump and the United States in the resolution vote at the U.N. General Assembly this morning.
Haley plans on writing down the names in alphabetical order. “There’s just so many,” she said opening a new moleskin ledger. “I hope to get through, at least, the R’s by Christmas. I mean, there are, like, eleven that start with M.” she said shaking her head in disbelief. “Thank God for Micronesia or we might not have any M’s on our side.”
Of the 172 countries in the United Nations, only eight voted with the United States: Israel, Honduras, Guatemala, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Palau, Nauru, and Togo.
”As Americans we are really happy for the support of countries like Palau, Nauru, and Togo. If they are, in fact, countries and not characters in a new Disney Lion King sequel. Either way, we thank them,” Haley said.