By FRANK CAMP
During Friday’s White House press briefing, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley spoke about President Trump’s upcoming speech to the United Nations, as well as the importance of the U.N. to this administration:
To start off with the speech that the president gives, I think you can see it for yourself. I personally think he slaps the right people, he hugs the right people, and he comes out with [the] U.S. being very strong in the end. …
The second part of it is, you know the U.N., when I originally spoke with the president, what I said is: “We’ll see what we can make of it.” And that’s the thing is we’re creating an opportunity, we’re making the most of it, we’re moving foreign policy, we’re changing the way peacekeeping is done, we’re really bringing up human rights, and more importantly, what I appreciate is, they stopped focusing on the commas and the periods, and we’re actually acting; we’re actually seeing strong things happen.