Trump said at the White House on Wednesday the US would be “watching those votes” in the General Assembly.
“They take hundreds of millions of dollars and even billions of dollars, and then they vote against us. Well, we’re watching those votes. Let them vote against us. We’ll save a lot. We don’t care,” Reuters news agency quoted Trump as saying.
The motion is expected to pass easily in the 193-member UN body, but it will be non-binding.
Haley also said on Twitter “the US will be taking names” of countries that vote in favour of the resolution.
Malki said American officials were “committing another mistake when they have distributed this famous letter trying to threaten countries, [and] threaten their sovereign decision to choose how to vote”.
“This is really a new definition of world order in politics and it seems that the American administration … are putting their stamp on a new political reality that many countries will reject,” Malki said.
The UN session would show “how many countries will opt to vote with their conscience”.
The contentious move prompted large-scale protests and condemnation from leaders around the world.
The US was outnumbered 14 to 1 when it vetoed that resolution.
“What we’re going to be seeing in the General Assembly Thursday, on that particular vote, is likely to be a sweeping condemnation now not just of attempts to alter the status of Jerusalem, but also in a way an opinion poll on President Trump’s isolationist policies,” he said.