After posting a tweet Tuesday stating that she was “spending her 4th in meetings all day,” U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley faced a social media backlash.
“Spending my 4th in meetings all day. #ThanksNorthKorea,” Haley tweeted.
Spending my 4th in meetings all day. #ThanksNorthKorea
— Nikki Haley (@nikkihaley) July 4, 2017
President Trump called an emergency meeting Tuesday following North Korea’s claim that they performed their successful test of an intercontinental ballistic missile.
Haley also received confused reactions to a tweet she posted in June about cutting funds for United Nations peacekeeping.
The amount of arrogance in this tweet is baffling. Is serving the American people an inconvenience for you? If so, feel free to step down.
— Geraldine (@everywhereist) July 4, 2017
I just saw an ambulance go down my street. Doubt they’d be all, “Thanks, stroke patient,” or whatever situation they’re facing on the 4th.
— Jim Hollifield (@jim_hollifield) July 4, 2017
She acts like she’s the only one in the whole FN country that has to work the 4th of July. She’s out of touch just like the rest.
— Jeff Anderson (@JeffAnd23949133) July 4, 2017
. Kudos. Spending a holiday working for American security is unprecedented. pic.twitter.com/QpqERnnd0i
— Jake Query (@jakequery) July 4, 2017
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