Nikki Haley had to miss this year's 4Th Of July after North Korea successfully launched an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) on the same day the American people are celebrating Independence Day. While everyone was having fun with their families and friends, the U.S. Ambassador to the Unites Nations spent her day at the office to discuss the recent activities of Pyongyang.

Apparently, Haley seemed like she was not happy to be spending the holiday at the office as what she suggested in her Twitter update.

As expected, most of her followers were angered by her "sarcasm" and for seemingly complaining about her job. Andrew Weinstein, an Obama appointee, fired back at the U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. and asked her to consider those who are risking their lives to protect this nation.

Haley slammed for 'sarcastic' tweet

The former governor received a surge of hate comments for her controversial post which was deemed "inappropriate" for someone who is working for the government. Some of her critics reminded her of the job she has signed up for, while others suggested that she should step down if she is no longer wants to serve the American people.

"I noticed a lot of people in this administration talk and act like they're doing us a favor," another one replied. "Even Trump seems more concerned with hitting back at people who don't like him instead of realizing he still has to act in their interests, too."

Haley refused to comment on the issue despite getting criticized for her sarcastic tweet.

She, however, released the statement of Rex Tillerson who strongly condemned the ICBM test conducted by North Korea. "Testing ICBM represents a new escalation of the threat to the United States, our allies and partners, the region, and the world," the U.S. Secretary of State said.

Global effort to stop global threat

After spending her 4th of July at the office, the U.S.

Ambassador to U.N. reportedly called for an emergency meeting with the Security Council to discuss the missile test of Kim Jong Un's government. It further claimed that the 15 members of the council are expected to attend the closed-door meeting on Wednesday.

Tillerson said all nations should join hand-in-hand in proving the North Korean government will face the consequences of their missile tests. The U.S. Secretary of the State also promised to bring the issue before the U.N. Security Council to come up with the necessary measures against Pyongyang.