Nikki Haley Resigns as US Ambassador and Said Campaigning Trump in 2020
Nikki Haley on Tuesday resigned as US ambassador from President’s Donald Trump’s national security team. Trump said he knew that 6 months ago and praised her saying she did a fantastic job. Haley stayed coy on reasons for quitting but explained that she was not planning to run for president against trump in 2020 and added that she will campaign him.
Haley was the former governor of South Carolina and took the job with a little experience in foreign policy but soon has become strong at the United Nations for unpopular agenda of Trump.
Haley has justified UN cuts to foreign assistance, pressed for a Hawkish line on Iran and led the United States in bolting from the UN Human Rights Co, the previous year, accusing it of bias against Washington and Israel.
Haley recently at the UN General Assembly session, has joined street protesters against Venezuelan President Nicolas Madur, shouting that leftish leader should leave the office. Haley had seen as a rising star in the Republican Party that has eagerly sought female and ethnic minorities to broaden the appeal beyond its traditional white demographic.
Haley before the political reconciliation with Trump has criticized him for his remarks on immigrants in the 2016 campaign. Haley has given the resignation in a turbulent white house whereas Trump is on his security adviser and second secretary of state already, even before the midterm elections.