U.S. Pulls Out of United Nations Migration Pact

Lifezette: U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley says decisions about immigration ‘must always be made by Americans and Americans alone’.

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said Saturday that President Donald Trump made the decision to withdraw the U.S. from negotiations on an immigration pact because it was “not compatible with U.S. sovereignty.”

All throughout his presidential campaign, Trump pledged to secure the border, enforce immigration laws and prioritize U.S. citizens’ safety and interests above all other concerns. And part of this agenda, Haley told the U.N., involves ensuring that the U.S. maintains its national sovereignty when entering into agreements with other countries.

“No country has done more than the United States, and our generosity will continue,” Haley said. “But our decisions on immigration policies must always be made by Americans and Americans alone.”

“We will decide how best to control our borders and who will be allowed to enter our country,” she added.  read more

19 Comments on U.S. Pulls Out of United Nations Migration Pact

  1. Anxious to hear the howling response from the entitled class at the UN and EU.
    (not really, but you know it’s coming, lol)

  2. Remember when the Fake News™ was crowing about so little done in 100 days?!

    Bwa ha ha!!! It’s starting to sound like a bowling alley where they slamming strikes in every lane!

    Go President Trump !
    Remember when we were saying, “f_– them, that’s why” ? That was directed at garbage GOP primary opponents, now it’s squarely directed at Congress, the Media, the FBI, the list is open ended!

  3. How are Americans going to be allowed to make, even participate in the making of, “decisions on immigration policies”? When they are ruled by Citizens, like Nikki Haley?

  4. Only a stinkin’ Sorosian commie would hand immigration into the US to the stinkin’ United Socialist Nations Farce.

    Mr. Trump, please disband the UN and turn the building into a hotel after thorough debugging and delousing.

  5. Reboot, being on the other side of the planet makes it tough to comment in a timely manner. Not to mention if you guys all got on one side of the island you could tip over.


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