U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley addresses the U.N. Security Council earlier this month.

The Trump administration is warning that the U.S. might leave the U.N. Human Rights Council, arguing that it displays anti-Israel bias and ignores violations by certain countries.
U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley said in a speech to the council Tuesday that the United States is “looking carefully at this council and our participation in it. We see some areas for significant strengthening.”
“It’s hard to accept that this council has never considered a resolution on Venezuela, and yet it adopted five biased resolutions in March against a single country, Israel,” Haley told the 47 member states gathered in Geneva. “It is essential that this council address its chronic anti-Israel bias if it is to have any credibility.”
Later in the day, Haley stressed that the U.S. doesn’t “seek to leave the Human Rights Council. We seek to re-establish the council’s legitimacy.”
She elaborated on changes the Trump administration wants made to …