Mr. Speaker, the anti-Semitic United Nations has struck a new low, demanding that Israel prohibit Jews from settling in the West Bank. Guess who was supportive of this absurd resolution in betrayal of our closest ally? The United States. Once again, this administration is on the wrong side. It has alienated what few international friends we have. Secretary of State John Kerry arrogantly declared: ‘‘Israel can either be Jewish or democratic; it cannot be both.’’ Mr. Speaker, let’s think about that statement. The United Nations’ mandate separating Jews from Palestinians in the West Bank is segregation. Segregation is not democratic. The United States and the U.N. have no legal business telling a sovereign nation where people should live or shouldn’t live in that country. Who in the world do we think we are? Would we approve of the U.N. telling us that one race or ethnic group could not live in one region of the United States? Absolutely not. Thankfully, this State Department will soon be clearing their desks at Foggy Bottom—and good riddance. It is time for a new State Department that supports America’s friends and not our enemies. And that is just the way it is.

The United States. Once again, this administration is on the wrong side. It has alienated what few international friends we have. Secretary of State John Kerry arrogantly declared: ‘‘Israel can either be Jewish or democratic; it cannot be both.’’ Mr. Speaker, let’s think about that statement. The United Nations’ mandate separating Jews from Palestinians in the West Bank is segregation. Segregation is not democratic. The United States and the U.N. have no legal business telling a sovereign nation where people should live or shouldn’t live in that country. Who in the world do we think we are? Would we approve of the U.N. telling us that one race or ethnic group could not live in one region of the United States? Absolutely not. Thankfully, this State Department will soon be clearing their desks at Foggy Bottom—and good riddance. It is time for a new State Department that supports America’s friends and not our enemies. And that is just the way it is.

It has alienated what few international friends we have. Secretary of State John Kerry arrogantly declared: ‘‘Israel can either be Jewish or democratic; it cannot be both.’’ Mr. Speaker, let’s think about that statement. The United Nations’ mandate separating Jews from Palestinians in the West Bank is segregation. Segregation is not democratic. The United States and the U.N. have no legal business telling a sovereign nation where people should live or shouldn’t live in that country. Who in the world do we think we are? Would we approve of the U.N. telling us that one race or ethnic group could not live in one region of the United States? Absolutely not. Thankfully, this State Department will soon be clearing their desks at Foggy Bottom—and good riddance. It is time for a new State Department that supports America’s friends and not our enemies. And that is just the way it is.

Mr. Speaker, let’s think about that statement. The United Nations’ mandate separating Jews from Palestinians in the West Bank is segregation. Segregation is not democratic. The United States and the U.N. have no legal business telling a sovereign nation where people should live or shouldn’t live in that country. Who in the world do we think we are? Would we approve of the U.N. telling us that one race or ethnic group could not live in one region of the United States? Absolutely not. Thankfully, this State Department will soon be clearing their desks at Foggy Bottom—and good riddance. It is time for a new State Department that supports America’s friends and not our enemies. And that is just the way it is.

Segregation is not democratic. The United States and the U.N. have no legal business telling a sovereign nation where people should live or shouldn’t live in that country. Who in the world do we think we are? Would we approve of the U.N. telling us that one race or ethnic group could not live in one region of the United States? Absolutely not. Thankfully, this State Department will soon be clearing their desks at Foggy Bottom—and good riddance. It is time for a new State Department that supports America’s friends and not our enemies. And that is just the way it is.

Who in the world do we think we are? Would we approve of the U.N. telling us that one race or ethnic group could not live in one region of the United States? Absolutely not. Thankfully, this State Department will soon be clearing their desks at Foggy Bottom—and good riddance. It is time for a new State Department that supports America’s friends and not our enemies. And that is just the way it is.

Absolutely not. Thankfully, this State Department will soon be clearing their desks at Foggy Bottom—and good riddance. It is time for a new State Department that supports America’s friends and not our enemies. And that is just the way it is.

It is time for a new State Department that supports America’s friends and not our enemies. And that is just the way it is.

And that is just the way it is.