Indeed, the USA has grown increasingly isolated at the United Nations since Trump announced his controversial decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital, a step that most of the world, including all previous US administrations, contended would have to await a final peace deal.
Israel's ambassador to the United Nations, Danny Danon, is expected to respond to Abbas's comments.
In April of a year ago, reports revealed that Trump had officially asked Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in a meeting held in Bethlehem to cut the monthly stipends the PA government pays to thousands of Palestinian prisoners suffering for decades in Israeli jails and solitary confinement.
Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas yesterday called for an global conference to be held later this year to launch a new, wider Middle East peace process and pave the way to Palestinian statehood.
But he left without speaking to them or listening to US Ambassador Nikki Haley say that "the United States stands ready to work with the Palestinian leadership", and the two envoys are "ready to talk".
In addition, he went on saying that Abbas also asked the U.S.
Abbas called Trump's pro-Israeli action "dangerous" and has said the president's action destroyed his credibility as a Mideast peace broker.
In his statement Tuesday, Abbas asserted that the White House "has contradicted its own commitments and has violated worldwide law and the relevant (U.N.) resolutions with its decisions regarding Jerusalem".
Abbas said the principle of two-states living side-by-side with full sovereignty must be preserved, but he said the USA has not clarified whether it is for a two-state or a one-state solution.
Abbas' defiant tone also raised questions about the viability of the US role as the undisputed, and even-handed, leader in Middle East mediation efforts in the wake of Trump's December 6 decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
The United States is a leading member of the Quartet and the Security Council, signaling Abbas was again ready to defer to US leadership on the peace process. He also pledged Moscow's support in organizing an worldwide peace conference. France's United Nations ambassador Francois Delattre cited Abbas' "courageous commitment, which he renewed today in this chamber for for peace and negotiations". Nickolay Mladenov, the UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, warned the Council that "the enemies of peace are growing more confident by the day" because "every failure of the forces of moderation was a win for the forces of radicalisation".
"The situation in Palestinian refugee camps, this is a time bomb", Delattre told the council. "I call upon members who have yet to recognize the state of Palestine to do so". She emphasized that the US has the right, like any other nation, to choose the location of its embassies. You don't have to like that decision. You don't even have to accept it. But know this: "That decision will not change".
Of the UN's 193 members, 136 recognize Palestinian statehood, including permanent UNSC members China and Russian Federation.
"You can choose to put aside your anger about our embassy and move forward with us", she said.
"I expected Mr. Abbas to stay with us and have a dialogue, unfortunately he's once again running away", Danny Danon, Israel's ambassador to the United Nations said, according to CNN. "That path has led and will continue to lead to nothing but hardship for the Palestinian people", she said.