Nikki Haley says Biden ignored threats in UN speech in which Russia and China were not mentioned by name

EXCLUSIVE: Former Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley criticized President Biden’s speech to the UN General Assembly on Tuesday, saying the speech was “the reality and seriousness of America’s Threats and enemies.”

“President Biden’s speech ignored the… reality and seriousness of America’s Threats and enemiesHaley told Fox News after Biden’s speech Tuesday. “China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, Afghanistan and terrorism, to name a few.”


“Under the Trump administration, the world knew where we stood,” Haley, who served under former said President Trump. “At the UN we have took the names of U.S enemies and had the backs of our allies.”

They added: “With Joe Biden in sleep at the” switch, our friends don’t trust us, and our enemies are delighted.”

Biden called Russia of China not by name, but he discussed human rights issues in the Xinjiang region of China.

Haley’s comments come after Biden addressed the United Nations in New York City Tuesday morning, told his international peers die the world stands “on an inflection point” in history”while they say the United States plans to”lead on all of the best challenges of our time”, but not only – which underlines the importance of alliances and partnerships over worldwide.

Biden spoke to a number of of shared global challenges, including the COVID-19 pandemic, nuclear proliferation, emerging technologies and climate change – as well as the withdrawal of his government of all of us military assets from Afghanistan – but he didn’t speak national security threats from China, Russia and Iran.

“We are not looking for the new Cold War, of the world divided in rigid blocks,” Biden said, seemingly pointing at China, adding that the US is “ready to… work with every nation die steps up, which seeks a peaceful solution to shared challenges, even when we have an intense disagreement to share challenges.”

The only mention of Iran Biden made used to be in met regarding nuclear proliferation, saying that the US “remains committed to preventing Iran from getting a nuclear weapon,” adding that the nation “seeks a return to the JCPOA”.

Biden also has mentioned US commitment to denuclearization of the Korean peninsula as North Korea restarted its nuclear weapons program, once again pose a serious threat to regional and global safety.

if for terrorism, Biden praised US withdrawal of military assets from Afghanistan after a 20 year presence, and after the country in hands of the Taliban and said America has closed a period of “ruthless war” and is “opening a new period of ruthless diplomacy.”


The president went on to say that the US has “turned the page” on the conflict in Afghanistan, and said “all unmatched energy, will and resources” of our nation is now fully focused on what lies ahead of us – not what is behind.”

“Make no mistake, the United States will continue to defend ourselves and allies against threats,” Biden said, referring to: terror threats around the world, but said “the mission must be clear and feasible.”

“United States military power must be our tool of last resort, not ours first. It should not be used as an answer to any problem we see around the world,” he said, pointing out that “many of our biggest concerns,” pointing to COVID-19 and climate change, “can’t met weapons are solved of addressed.”

Biden’s address came as his administration struggled with a number of challenges–including the COVID-19 pandemic, the fallout from Afghanistan’s withdrawal, and a widening divide with France. The United States, last week, announced An new trilateral agreement with the United Kingdom and Australia called AUKUS, focused on the Indo-Pacific region.

The agreement is addressed on improving Australia’s nuclear-powered submarines – an effort die France was doing business with Australia. France before made an agreement tomade submarines to Australia.

French President Emmanuel Macron recalled its ambassadors from the US and Australia after the new trilateral agreement. Macron and Biden are expected to speak over the phone this week.

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