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ICBPS MORNING BRIEF: U.S. Ambassador Says 'We Keep Israel Safe'

ICBPS Morning Brief– The U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Kelly Craft says we keep the Middle East safe, we keep Israel safe, for this matter now we are keeping the European citizens safe.

The U.N. Security Council is failing to live up to its mission of making the world safer, more democratic, and more prosperous, said Kelly Craft.

“The U.N. “should be cheering us” instead of criticizing, we keep the Middle East safe, we keep Israel safe.”
In an exclusive interview with CBS News, the U.S. ambassador expressed that you know, with the E3, you look at Germany, of all the countries in the world, they should know more than any of how important it is to protect Israel. And so you know we don’t mind standing alone.
“Well, I just wanted to remind them that, you know, we’re going to do whatever is the right thing to do. This is not a popularity contest. … This is a moment where we’re going to stand alone, just like we made the announcement on Monday with snapback [of sanctions on Iran]. I’m not looking for a cheering section, but my goodness, they should be cheering us. We are the largest donors to the U.N. We have just contributed $20 billion to combat COVID19 around the world. And the fact that they had the audacity to take it upon themselves to use this as a political moment — just very disappointing,” Craft told the CBS News.

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