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Commentator and frequent "Rush Limbaugh Show" guest host Mark Steyn reacted to the U.S. decision to cut millions from its contribution to the United Nations, saying President Trump was "the one guy who would do it."

On Christmas Eve, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N Ambassador Nikki Haley said the United States will "no longer let the generosity of the American people be taken advantage of or remain unchecked."

Haley promised to protect America's interests when evaluating the U.N.'s efficiency.

On "Fox & Friends," Steyn credited Trump with cutting $285 million from the U.S. contribution to the world body's budget.

He said the U.N. is effectively the "Second World War victory parade preserved in aspic."

"The majority of members didn't exist as independent nations in 1945," he said, adding that since then, several dictatorships have cropped up and now vote en bloc.

"The democracies are outvoted," he said.

Steyn said that most presidents have likely considered challenging the U.N.'s activity, but that "Trump is the one guy who would do it."

"They all have this stupid anti-American [Jerusalem] vote and then stick U.S. taxpayers with the tab," he said.

Steyn, who was born in Canada, also discussed Tuesday's Boxing Day holiday with the hosts.

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