Ambassador Nikki Haley Comments on Israel at the U.N.
Ambassador Nikki Haley spoke to reporters outside of the United Nations Security Council in New York City after a meeting on Middle East security. Ambassador Haley said that despite President Trump’s remarks with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to the contrary, the U.S. would continue to seek a two-state solution to the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict. She also criticized the Security Council for what she called an anti-Israel bias and said she planned to work on getting Israeli and Palestinian leaders to sit down for talks soon. close
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