JUST IN: Nikki Haley Leaves U.S. STUNNED After Syria Sympathizers Request Closed-Door Meeting

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Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley doesn’t mess around.

On Wednesday, she left members of the U.N. Security Council floored when she stared Russia’s U.N. ambassador in the eye and asked “how many more children have to die before Russia cares?” in response to the chemical attack in Syria.

The on Friday, she left U.N. member shocked again in her response to Bolivia’s emergency request for an emergency closed-door meeting to discuss President Trump’s actions.

Haley didn’t mince words when she sent out a tweet in response to the request, in which she dared other member nations to defend “the atrocities of the Syrian regime” in public.

She wasn’t kidding either, as she said that if anyone wanted to support Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad, they should do so “in full public view, for all the world to hear.”

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Haley offers a sharp contrast to the Obama administration’s lead from behind approach with the U.N., which has earned her praise from Americans and her peers at the U.N. alike.

She appeared at the Women in the World Summit in New York on Wednesday, where she revealed a text she received from a fellow U.N. member after her impassioned speech to the Russians.

“Thank you for what you said today,” the text read, according to Independent Journal Review. “It’s so good to see America lead.”

Indeed. When President Trump made Haley our U.N. ambassador, he was definitely following through on his promise to put America first.

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