President-elect Donald Trump criticized the United Nations on Monday, claiming it has "such great potential" that it's not meeting.
In a Monday afternoon tweet, Trump said the U.N. "is just a club for people to get together, talk and have a good time."
Trump has already implied he will bring change to the U.N. once he's president. In a tweet last week, Trump warned that "things will be different" for the U.N. after he's sworn into office.
His comments come on the heels the U.N. Security Council's contentious 14-0 vote Friday to pass a resolution demanding an end to Israeli settlement building in occupied territories.
Trump and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pressured the Obama administration to veto the resolution, but the U.S. abstained from the vote, allowing the resolution to pass.
Israel’s ambassador to the United States told CNN on Monday that the country has "evidence" that the Obama administration colluded with the Security Council to pass the resolution.
He said officials plan to share the evidence with the president-elect.