Trump Score Card
UNITED NATIONS: A
As President Trump first took office in Jan. 2017, the United States gave approximately $8 billion in mandatory payments and voluntary contributions to the United Nations and its affiliated organizations annually. The biggest portion of this money – about $3 billion this year – goes to the U.N.’s regular and peacekeeping budgets.American taxpayers pay around $3.024 billion towards the United Nations’ regular and peacekeeping budgets, more than what 185 other countries combined are paying.
Why do we give President Trump an A rating for his United Nations actions? For two reasons. First, America has been on the very short end of the stick by having to fund an obscene unfair amount to the United Nations. (One of the many reasons why America is $21 trillion dollars in debt). Second, the United Nations has an atrocious track record when it comes to human rights.
2/1/17: The Trump administration drafted an executive order that would cut U.S. payments to the United Nations by as much as 40%.
3/20/217: The Trump administration boycotted UN council session over anti-Israel 'bias'.