Yes, but scale back our current involvement
No, and remove the U.N. headquarters from the U.S.
Yes, and use the U.N. peacekeeping forces to protect our interests

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 @4PR6WX8from Colorado answered…4yrs4Y

Calling the UN a "world government" is fallacious. It's more akin to an international negotiating table with a name and a permanent staff to keep it running. What we need is an actual world government. See you in 100 years.

 @4W97ZPKfrom Maine answered…4yrs4Y

We should push for an organization that only allows countries who respect human rights to have a say. Example: Why was Uganda under Idi Amin in the `70s and Lybia in 2003 allowed to have Najat al-Hajjaji in charge of the UN human rights commission? Like asking Hitler to oversee violations in a Concentration camp.

 @4QDFKYNfrom Texas answered…4yrs4Y

Yes only to veto the two state solution that's just the same thing as Hitler's final solution

 @4QR5R98from Washington answered…4yrs4Y

No, and remove the U.N. entirely from existence. It is absolutely the biggest threat to our sovereignty as an independent nation and our freedom from a one world slavery system a.k.a. the NWO.

 @4RDCW6Gfrom Montana answered…4yrs4Y

The USA should obey INTERNATIONAL LAW. We can cooperate fully with the U.N. without losing our sovereignty. Lately the USA has been a rogue nation.

 @4Q6RT8Bfrom Pennsylvania answered…4yrs4Y

I agree with Trump and his decisions and determination on how to deal with United Nations. about time we're talking about this and we wouldn't be if he didn't bring it up.

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