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BREAKING – Trump & Cruz Announce BRILLIANT Plan to STOP Obama & the UN

The United Nations Resolution which passed on Friday has been getting a lot of flack for being anti-Israel.

Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are both against the resolution that our current government failed to veto. Ted Cruz has announced that he will stand against funding the United Nations until the resolution is reversed! 

This resolution disallows Israel from claiming certain Jewish settlements as their legal territory. Previously, in 2011, Barack Obama and his UN delegate had vetoed a similar resolution. (via Breitbart)

But not this time. The out-going President must be fully aware that Donald Trump intends to keep faith with our Israeli allies and take the traditional foreign policy stance that the United Nations had no place dictating to Israel how to garner an agreement in the area.

In the Security Council, one veto is enough to kill the resolution, meaning that we could have stopped his anti-Israel move single-handedly. Nonetheless, UN Ambassador Samantha Power failed to veto the resolution.

On the issue, Cruz said, “Never has there been a more anti-Israel Administration, and today’s United Nations vote is the culmination of their systemic agenda to weaken Israel and strengthen its enemies.”

No doubt Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is looking forward to working with Donald Trump and Ted Cruz, both who plan to hold the United Nations accountable for any actions they take against Israel’s sovereignty– or ours for that matter.

Without funding, especially without the huge amount the United States gives, the United Nations will be unable to function. Globalists be warned– we are not playing your games anymore!

Thank you Ted Cruz, for finally standing up for We the People and our ally Israel!

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Source: Angrypatriotmovement

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