Huckabee Makes Message Clear: The U.S. Should Ditch the U.N.

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On Tuesday, former Republican Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee made a call to action, implying the United States should disband from the United Nations, in response to the voted-in resolution condemning Israel for settlement building. On “Fox & Friends,” Huckabee made his message loud and clear:

“I think we ought to get jackhammers and we ought to jackhammer the whole thing off, float it into the East River. Ask anybody who would like to host it, to come pick it up, haul it off. And it will be a lot easier to park in Manhattan after we get rid of it.”

Critics from both sides of the political aisle, including officials like President-elect Donald Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, have criticized the lingering Obama administration for abstaining from the vote and not using their veto power. Likewise, Huckabee agrees that the administration’s actions are the ones to be condemned, stating the resolution is an attempt to force Israel into “a suicide pact.”

“They’re trying to push Israel into accepting borders that would essentially be a suicide pact if Israel were ever to agree to it,” Huckabee said. The Arkansas politician was originally considered to be the U.S. Ambassador to Israel under the upcoming administration, but President-elect Trump has chosen David Friedman instead.

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