UN Publicly Demonstrates Their Hate For Trump, This Happened After the Debate…

The United Nations has made it clear that they are no fans of the republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. The UN News Agency sent out anti Donald Trump tweets just days after the debate between he and Hillary Clinton. The tweet specifically told Americans living abroad to do everything in their power to ensure that Donald Trump is not elected to the Presidency.

The quote said, “we can defeated Trump… if 8 million Americand abroad vote.” However, the tweet has since been deleted and replaced with a politically correct response.


The website also read,

“At a time when Trump is trying to divide us, we could help defeat him if we all share this page with EVERYONE. Let’s reach every US voter abroad.”

The news website Politico reported that the United Nationa website deleted the tweets just about twenty minutes after it was sent out. But it appears by their response that it was an officiated and approved of tweet but instead a rogue employee who could have possibly sent it out.

The United Nations is routinely criticized by many conservative Americans for being a tool of a one world order type of globalized government which takes away power from the United States and puts it into the hands of others. So it is not at all surprising that a organization accused of having a progressive agenda is now denouncing Donald Trump. Who is the Republican presidential nominee.

The United Nations should really stay out of the political affairs of the United States as well as other countries. They are not the global policeman. And these are not crimes against humanity. Thus, they should really mind their own business. Hopefully when President Obama gets out of office his globalized world order version of government will cease to exist. The United Nations would finally be put in place.

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