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‘Nikki Haley doesn’t know jack’: Former ambassador ruthlessly mocked for trashing Finland

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Donald Trump’s former ambassador to the United Nations was brutally mocked on Wednesday for failing to understand health care policy.

Nikki Haley lashed out online after seeing a tweet by Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT).

“In the United States it costs, on average, $12,000 to have a baby. In Finland it costs $60,” Sanders posted. “We’ve got to end the disgrace of our profit-driven health care system and pass Medicare for All.”

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Haley suggested that was from Finland “skimping” on health care.

“Alright Bernie Sanders, you’re not the woman having the baby so I wouldn’t be out there talking about skimping on a woman when it comes to childbirth. Trust me!” Haley wrote. “Nice try though.”

“Health care costs are too high that is true but comparing us to Finland is ridiculous. Ask them how their health care is. You won’t like their answer,” Haley suggested.

Haley’s tweet encouraged people to compare the two health care systems, which people did.

Here is a sampling, beginning with Finland’s UN Ambassador Kai Sauer:

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