How disappointing. Nikki Haley was perhaps the best American ambassador to the United Nations that we have ever seen. Right up there with Jeane Kirkpatrick. However, Haley has not supported President Trump in his calls for election integrity. And at a recent RNC event in Florida, Haley joined the high-tech lynching of President Trump. That will cost her in a big way in 2024. You can take that to the bank.
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Haley tells GOP not to ‘shy away’ from Trump-era gains, but calls his recent conduct ‘deeply disappointing’
By The Federalist, January 21, 2020
Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley on Thursday hailed the “extraordinary gains” for the United States during President Trump’s time in office and warned Republicans not to “shy away” from them — while at the same time calling his post-Election Day conduct “deeply disappointing.”
“President Trump has not always chosen the right words. He was wrong with his words in Charlottesville, and I told him so at the time,” she told a Republican National Committee dinner in Florida. “He was badly wrong with his words yesterday. And it wasn’t just his words. His actions since Election Day will be judged harshly by history.”
“It’s deeply disappointing. And it’s a real shame, because I am one who believes our country made some truly extraordinary gains in the last four years. President Trump and Republicans deserve great credit for that,” she said, according to excerpts. “We should not shy away from our accomplishments.”
Haley has cited Trump’s judicial appointments and his economic and energy policies, as well as his administration’s pushback against Iran, China and ISIS, along with his role in securing peace deals between the Arab world and Israel.
Haley was speaking a day after pro-Trump supporters, after attending a White House rally featuring President Trump, stormed the Capitol building while lawmakers were certifying the Electoral College vote. Four people died and lawmakers were evacuated as rioters trashed the Capitol.
While Trump has denounced the violence, he has come under heavy criticism from both Republicans and Democrats for who say he incited the riots. Multiple administration officials have resigned, while top Democrats have called for Trump to be removed by either the 25th Amendment or impeachment.
Haley called the riots at Capitol Hill “un-American” and said they should be denounced “in the strongest terms.” She said Republicans — as well as Democrats, news media and Big Tech companies — need to “do better.”
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