‘Our Friends Don’t Trust Us’: Nikki Haley Slams Biden’s Address To UN General Assembly

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Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley blasted President Joe Biden’s address to the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday for failing to mention enemies by name.

“President Biden’s speech ignored the reality and seriousness of America’s threats and enemies. China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, Venezuela, Afghanistan, and terrorism, to name a few,” Haley said following the president’s speech Tuesday, according to Fox News.

The former ambassador added that the U.S. stance on the “greatest national security threat” was clear when former President Donald Trump was in charge.

“With Joe Biden asleep at the switch, our friends don’t trust us, and our enemies are rejoicing,” Haley said.

During his first address to the U.N. General Assembly, Biden weighed in on global challenges but promised that the U.S. is “not seeking the new Cold War” with China. (RELATED: ‘Biden Is Too Weak’: Ted Cruz Says Chance of ‘Chinese Amphibious Assault On Taiwan Has Increased Tenfold’ After Afghanistan Withdrawal)

Haley also accused Biden of cooperating with China on climate change, despite the genocide of the Uyghurs, its hostility towards Taiwan and Hong Kong and attempts at “covering up COVID-19.”